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About Us

Barton Paul’s approach to wedding photography is to create a profound, personal perspective that becomes an ever-lasting record of your day. What sets him apart is his ability to tell a story that simply and beautifully captures all the details of your day, all the while putting you at ease. Barton has a definitive artistic style combined with extensive technical skills that drives a focused, creative edge to his work.

 

With the experience of photographing over 700 weddings, Bart has had the opportunity to cover a variety of social events from the beaches of Hawaii to NYC’s Russian Tea Room. His portfolio of work also encompasses corporate print work, including culinary arts photography and nature photography.

 

After attending college, Bart’s successful marketing career in the Fly Fishing industry transitioned him to that of a photographer for the sport. Bart’s blend of business, marketing, and creative experience not only helps him understand the needs of his clients but provides for a professional personal rapport.

 

Barton has studied with many photographers including Kevin Kabota, Michele Celentano, Hansen Fong, Paul Gero and has also attended numerous professional classes for enhancing his art. With winning images in WPJA photojournalistic wedding contests, he continues his perpetual thirst for new technology to be a forerunner in his craft.

 

He feels that the best shots are taken when the individuals are unaware of the camera. By following the action, rather than leading it, Bart creates a series of images telling the story of your day. His stealth is amazing. He will capture those great moments without you knowing with his keen sense of body language and the ability to predict the when and where. First and most important to Bart is that his work portrays spontaneity, natural moments, and passion. He will make your day fun!

 

Bart has been married to his wife, Sandy, for twenty two years, has two daughters, two Border Collies, seven chickens and currently resides in Pipersville, Pennsylvania.