Why is Carnegie Mellon University a good choice for wedding photos or an engagement session?
- CMU’s campus has a lot to offer! The iconic Hamerschlag Hall tower, the sculptured niches of the College of Fine Arts building, and lots of big trees and open space. And if that’s not enough, Pitt’s campus and Schenley Park are very close by.
- There are a lot of different beautiful photo spots at Carnegie Mellon! There are a lot of photos to look through in this gallery. To get a better idea of where on the North Shore these locations are, check out the interactive photo location guide map below.
- Be prepared to do a little walking. Some of the prettiest spots are not right next to each other.
- The Mudge House courtyard is not open to the public. You’ll need a CMU connection with access to that building to go in there.
Looking for more places for pictures for your wedding day or engagement session? Check out the interactive Pittsburgh Wedding Photography Location Guide Map!
Christina Montemurro Photography specializes in Pittsburgh weddings and bar/bat mitzvahs. Using a photojournalistic approach, Christina creates genuine, heartfelt, relaxed images, with 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 photographers. You can read reviews by Christina’s past brides and grooms here and here.