Since Molly and Andy live in Los Angeles, we had no margin for error when it came to scheduling their engagement session. And by “margin for error,” what I’m of course referring to is the complete wild card that is spring weather in Pittsburgh. Two days after their session, we had a day with sun, rain, sun, rain, hail, sun and rain. But the day of Molly and Andy’s session, we knew that no matter what, this shoot was going to happen, because they’d be hopping on a plane back to LA.
Molly and Andy chose the location: her childhood home. Molly’s mom, Debbi, has a beautifully landscaped yard full of spring blooming azaleas and rhododendrons. So much color! This was a wonderful place for photos, and we were relieved that while storms threatened all day, we didn’t have to fall back on our indoor rain backup plan.
Molly and Andy, it was a pleasure to spend this evening with you, and I’m very much looking forward to your wedding next month at the Hotel Monaco.
Christina Montemurro Photography specializes in photographing Pittsburgh weddings, bar mitzvahs and bat mitzvahs. Using a photojournalistic approach, experienced photographers Christina and Pamela provide extraordinary attention to detail and customer service.
Contact Christina now to check availability for your engagement session, wedding, bar mitzvah or bat mitzvah. Christina has been rated among top Pittsburgh wedding photographers. You can read reviews that Christina’s brides and grooms have written here and here. Some of Christina’s favorite venues include the Carnegie Museum, Temple Sinai, Temple Ohav Shalom, Rodef Shalom, Heinz History Center, Edgewood Club, Hotel Monaco, Omni William Penn Hotel, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square, PNC Park and Twelve Oaks Mansion.