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    Award Winning || BG Productions Photography and Videography
    Al and I Artists. We are down-to-earth, energetic wedding professionals! We will work hard to make sure that your day is everything you planned it to be. We want to help it go smoothly and help you smile! It's important to hire a team that you are comfortable with- you want to be able to laugh and have fun- this helps you feel more at ease and helps your pictures come out better.

    We want to provide you with artistic imagery that captures your love and your style. We aren't super "posey" but will work with you to get the best shot and have fun doing it!

    We also believe in being green and socially conscience. We will take a stand for what we believe in and live our lives working towards helping the environment and trying to make this world a better place.

    Contact us for our Family, Lifestyle, and Travel Photo/video pricing

    BG Productions is proud to be a Green Company. We are listed on the Green Bride Guide. Please click here to learn more about our green practices.

Villanova + Pomme Wedding ||Ellen + Ryan ||BG Productions Photography and Videography

OMG! Every time I look at a photo to put in these sneaks Im like OMG! I just love too many!! Seriously Ellen and Ryan are two totally in Love, adorable, sweet, loving couple. They met while teaching. He teaches at Simon Gratz where he is the Dean of Students and the football coach. Ellen taught chemistry and is now in school for clinical psychiatry . The knew they wanted a sweet, laid back, romantic yet fun wedding! and they TOTALLY got their wish. Even the late morning ugly grey sky cleared up to be a beautiful blue when they got ready for the ceremony! The church at Villanova was stunning and Ellen was totally radiant (thanks to Mack Stylist and her wedding gown from The Wedding Pavilion.  and watching Ellen walk down the aisle brought tears to the groom, me, and I bet half the church! Following the ceremony we did some bridal party and family photos in the front of the church. Then just the couple and us escaped for some seriously Gorgeous wedding photos before heading to Pomme. But the highlight of the day had to be how Ellen and Ryan both lit up when they saw Penny! I mean with a face like that- who wouldn't? We are old friends with Penny from their engagement session.  and the gorgeous photos continued at Pomme before the cocktail hour began and off the couple got to go to enjoy the WHOLE thing!! Pomme is one of out new favorite places to shoot. Not only is it beautiful but Dan and the staff at Peachtree and Ward treat us very well. You wouldn't believe how many places don't- so this makes shooting their and even better experience! (and the food is Seriously good!!- those crab cakes for this wedding were Amazing!!). The place looked fantastic thanks as well to the Awesome Possum team at Falls Flowers. All the florals were beautiful and I adored the little yellow button flower boutonniere. and Heather and her assistant who were doing Day of Coordinating from A Perfect Plan and is a friend of the families. The Dance floor was packed the whole night as the guests partied away to The Slippery Band. I know they are having a Blast in Thailand- and we Love seeing their photos from it on Facebook. Thailand is pretty high on our travel list. So sit back and enjoy these gorgeous photos (and im not even apologizing there are so many!! lol!!)

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  • July 27, 2015 - 1:37 pm

    Gabrielle - Love love love the navy/yellow aesthetic. Gotta go with the from-behind hug – love the green, lush background, and bride has such a happy smile! Definitely gorgeous in a frame. :)

Independence Seaport Museum Wedding ||Sean + Brett || BG Productions Photography and Videography

This year I spent my birthday shooting a Super Sweet couple! I knew as soon as we met them I would love to spend this day capturing their love!While Brett is from Pittsburg, Sean is from Houston and she had the look of a Super Star Country singer on her Big day! She looked Incredible! and she was soooo Relaxed! We started the day at the Hyatt where they got ready and had their first-see! While it was super hot and Very crowded in the area we found a tucked away little spot and then even got a few minutes at Spruce Harbor Park before heading to the Historic area. It was such a beautiful day and we got some awesome photos with everyone before heading over to Christ Church for their ceremony.  I love the old history of that church and the light was perfect. Their reception was held at the Independence Seaport Museum. The event started with being served drinks in the elevator on their way up to there room. So fun! The night was just super chill, filled with great toasts, dancing, and a Ton of smiles!! We are so thankful to have captured their very special day! Heres the rest of the Awesome vendor team: Invitations:  Wedding Paper Divas Catering- Catering By Design         DJ- Clear Vision Hair- Ground Zero Salon    Makeup- Marcia Venessa Williams Wedding Dress- Ventura Bridal        Tux- Mens Warehouse

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  • July 20, 2015 - 5:18 pm

    Stacey - I love them all, but the one where they are hugging at their first see is my total favorite. That is their ‘here it is…our day…’ moment.

  • July 21, 2015 - 11:17 pm

    Bobbi - These were so much fun to look through! My favorite picture is the one where Sean is covering Brett’s eyes. I can just imagine hearing his laugh and her giggle as they are about to see each other – and enjoying every moment of it.

  • July 22, 2015 - 1:39 pm

    Gabrielle - Gotta vote for the kiss in front of that gorgeous cylindrical building with the pillars! Lovely architecture, the dress looks gorgeous, and the little peek of sun rays are perfect.

An English and Frenchie Bulldog session || BG Bully Family|| BG Productions

As part of our ongoing personal work BG Bully Family Project we will be posting a selection of photos from each session.  
We will also be donating 50% of Any sales that results from prints, wall art, or usb's of full session to Pinups for Pitbulls to aid in the education of how Awesome these dogs are!! About the project....
We have a passion for rescue work and a passion for photographing people, places, and things and telling their story! So we are embarking on a personal project to help end the negative stereotypes of Bully Breed dogs!! We thought what better way then to show these beautiful dogs being loved on and loving the humans that saved them- especially those with children!! With the negative stereotypes people think these dogs aren't good for homes with small kids! Well these families would disagree! We also wanted to showcase families that are also discriminated against and face stereotypes- people with tattoos! I LOVE photographing beautiful INK!!! and i LOVE LOVE dogs!! so follow along on our journey as we try to dispel a lot of myths!! As a Philadelphia pet photographer I wanted to capture some of the Bully Love that is all around!
We wanted to make sure that we honored all Bully Breeds and given that Bella is 1/2 English bulldog we were stoked when Zoe and Zach sent us an email about their bully rescues!! They are such a sweet couple and Jewels and Emilia were totally Adorable in their matching shirts. Jewels are into wanting to sniff on everything and Emilia just wanted to explore everywhere! And it was such a beautiful day at FDR Park- one of the cities best parks and not used often. Here is what Zoe wrote me as part of the BG Bully Family In 2008, HeavenSent Bulldog Rescue, an all-volunteer rescue, got a call from a woman in rural Pennsylvania saying that her husband was threatening to shoot this dog if someone didn’t come pick her up ASAP. A volunteer jumped in the car and drove hours, without question, to pick up 18-month old Jewels. Her silly antics and wiggle-butt stole our hearts from the moment we met her and she has been queen of our house ever since. While she has slowed down a bit in her later years, she still loves balls, sunbathing, ice cream, booty scratches and wrestling with her sister—and she cuddles like a pro. Emilia was rescued in 2013 and is the princess of the house. She has the sweetest demeanor we have even seen in a dog; never growling, barking or demonstrating any type of aggression. Her loyalty (especially to her mother,) knows no bounds, following Zoe from room to room and looking at us with the saddest eyes if we go somewhere without her. She loves car rides, other dogs, vegetables and lots and lots of walks and will always put up with her sometimes annoying sister and the endless lick baths she receives.  Why do you want to be a part of this project? Neither of us grew up with dogs and when we adopted Jewels (our English bulldog) in 2008, it was our first experience as dog owners, making us fall head over heels with the bully breed. They are sweet, funny and loyal, with a lot of stubborn and a little bit of stink. Sometimes people view bully breeds as violent and scary and we have seen firsthand that they can be so, so kind and gentle. BG_Bully_Family_BG_Production  

Barley Sheaf Farm Photos || A Beautiful Night Off! || BG Productions Photography and Videography

So my birthday fell on a Saturday this year. And as with most Saturdays at this time of year, we shot a wedding! No- really I didn't mind. I have never minded working on my birthday. Heck- im happy to celebrate it any day around the actual day! As long as I get a special day! lol! Al on the other hand felt bad it was my birthday and wanted to do something extra special. Even though we went to Six Flags the day after- he made arrangements for us to have a special night off. I didn't know where we were going or what to really pack! so I brought a variety of items. It wasn't until we pulled up about an hour later to the Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm that I found out our final destination. I have known of this Amazing venue because I have seen weddings posted from their. Oddly enough we have never been contacted for a wedding there-Even though it is Totally our style! So Al felt we should check it out ourselves and booked us the best suite- also the bridal suite- lol!! The room is named "The Man Who Came to Dinner!" LOVE it!!! It was pouring most of the time we were there, but we didnt care. There were some less rainy moments through out the whole day and night. So once we checked in we checked out our Awesome room- where Al had arranged Choc. Strawberries! I know! so sweet!! The staff there were all so nice and helpful and Jolene- their event manager is a Doctor Who fan too!!! If you haven't been to this beautiful Inn- you should really check it out.  The grounds are really nice and they even have small horses and a goat! They also have a great spring fed pool though we didnt go in until today since it was raining. They let us hang out a bit after we had breakfast and checked out! Speaking of Food. Did you know you can just go their for dinner and brunch! It would we totally worth it! the food was Fantastic. they easily accommodated me and made my two dishes sans bacon. I had strawberry gazpacho and scallops and Al had sunflower risotto and octopus! and then homade desserts and they even give you 4 little sweets as a special treat!! I bet their wedding food is as good as their restaurant food! Little did I know there was a whole other surprise! A couples massage with lavender scrub as well as a steaming shower and jacuzzi tub and lunch in our bath robes!!  I felt so relaxed and spoiled. What a great hubby I have! After lunch we walked around the grounds and took a few pics! Cant wait to shoot a wedding here soon! There are soooo many awesome possum spots! We ended our night sitting in the dark swinging on the swing in front of the lake watching flyer flies! In honor of our Awesome time- any 2016 wedding booked here will get a $500 DISCOUNT! Just make sure to mention Barley Sheaf in your wedding inquiry!!! Meanwhile- enjoy these Barley Sheaf Inn Photos   Barley_Sheaf_Inn_Barley_Sheaf_Inn_Barley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Inn_Barley_Sheaf_Inn_Barley_Sheaf_Inn_Barley_Sheaf_Inn_Barley_Sheaf_Inn_Barley_Sheaf_FarmBarley_Sheaf_FarmBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_FarmBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_FarmBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_FarmBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_FarmBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_FarmBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_FarmBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_ProductionsBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_Productions   On the way home we did a side trip to finally actually stop and check out the trains!New_Hope_Ivyland_trainNew_Hope_Ivyland_trainNew_Hope_Ivyland_trainNew_Hope_Ivyland_trainNew_Hope_Ivyland_trainNew_Hope_Ivyland_trainBarley_Sheaf_Farm_Philadelphia_Award_winning_photographer_BG_Productions

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Rescued Pit Bull Photography || A Very Special Pit bull Family || BG Productions

As part of our ongoing personal work BG Bully Family Project we will be posting a selection of photos from each session.  
We will also be donating 50% of Any sales that results from prints, wall art, or usb's of full session to Pinups for Pitbulls to aid in the education of how Awesome these dogs are!! About the project....
We have a passion for rescue work and a passion for photographing people, places, and things and telling their story! So we are embarking on a personal project to help end the negative stereotypes of Bully Breed dogs!! We thought what better way then to show these beautiful dogs being loved on and loving the humans that saved them- especially those with children!! With the negative stereotypes people think these dogs aren't good for homes with small kids! Well these families would disagree! We also wanted to showcase families that are also discriminated against and face stereotypes- people with tattoos! I LOVE photographing beautiful INK!!! and i LOVE LOVE dogs!! so follow along on our journey as we try to dispel a lot of myths!! As a Philadelphia pet photographer I wanted to capture some of the Bully Love that is all around!
 Meet This PAWSOME Family!!
Heather and Kabirna are one of the most giving people we have ever met! Not only does this beautiful couple have special need pit bulls- they also have a cat, a Doberman, and 6 rescued Chihuahuas! WOW!!!! Their 5 bullies are awesome!  Kafziel – Tripawd, rescued from California, Valak – Tripawd, no ears, rescued off the streets of Philly, Pyg – One-eyed partially deaf, rescued from California, Coven – Tripawd, bilateral FHO’s, rescued from Chester County SPCA, and Davey Joe – Cerebellar Abiotrophy, rescued from New York. They took to us right away! They were a bit worried it may take Coven a bit to warm up to us- especially Al since we can be a little more weary of men. But within minutes (seriously like 4 or less from our arrival) Coven brought Al one of his chewed up frisbees to play with. And from that moment on a beautiful friendship was born!! Me- while i loved all of them- I really loved Pyg- the white one with 1 eye!! She was such a snuggle bug! And of course how could you not love Davey Joe with his over balance walk and goofy smile!! so sweet!! Make sure to read about each of these very special dogs! We volunteered to dog sit for a few hours so this couple can go out and enjoy a movie!! they dedicate their whole lives to helping and loving this super sweeties! Here is what Heather wrote to us to be a part of the project.... Kafziel was rescued from California when he was young, he was everything a pit bull should be, then at 13 weeks old he broke his leg. After 2 orthopedic surgeries to try and correct it, the scary truth was to in fact to amputate it! We were devastated for this young healthy dog who loved to run and swim! How could he possibly do these things anymore? We never knew this one fateful issue would open up a whole new world for us and all those around us. After his amputation Kafziel was still the same pit bull we loved, and he still ran, still played fetch, still went swimming, everything he had done before, but without the pain, and so began our quest to save, educate, and advocate special needs pit bulls! Pyg was next, at just 14 weeks old she was rescued out of the back of a truck before being taken to a shelter that would have no doubt euthanized her. She had bite wounds all over her face, a necrotic rotting eye, she was bleeding from her nose, she was covered in ticks, and she could not hear from her left ear. She was obviously used as a bait puppy, and every ounce of her spoke the truth about what a pit bull was. She had obviously been neglected, possibly tortured, chewed on and yet that tale wagged from the moment we brought her into our house. She had to have her eye removed, a migrating foxtail was pulled from her nose which left some damage and now she has a little snort, she still bears a huge scar across the top of her head from a terrible bite wound, but she is nothing but love. After moving from California to Pennsylvania, we thought we were complete, 2 pit bulls were plenty, then Coven came along. A little 5 month old puppy who also had the unfortunate luck to land in the hands of an abuser. He had 3 out of 4 broken legs, his right elbow and both femoral heads on his back legs were broken, these breaks were at least 4 weeks old and he had drag marks on his feet where he had to drag himself around by his one good leg. His elbow fracture was too much to consider repairing so we amputated his right leg and he had bilateral FHO’s on the back, which is where they remove the femoral head (the socket part of the bone) on the back. He has recovered well from surgery and plays Frisbee, and swims and is the happiest guy when he is in his own element. He still has some trust issues with people, which no one can blame him, but he has overcome more than his share of orthopedic misfortunes. Valak was pulled off the streets of Philly by animal control, he was emaciated at just 32 pounds, he is now 65, he had a mangled mess of infected ears that were shredded and abscessed and past the point of saving so they had to be removed. He was found only having 3 legs, but judging by his ears and scars he had obviously spent some time fighting whether it was for food, sport or only to survive we will never know. He definitely had some aggression and possession issues when we first decided to adopt him, but we were convinced that we may be his only shot at survival! We have worked tirelessly in training and at home to make him a functioning part of this family, and he has become just that! He is the sweetest boy with people even though he endured so much and now that we have learned his behavior he is doing so well with dogs and after 6 months of training he has now become a demo dog for the dog trainers at Passion for Paws who helped us through it all see that Valak could be a normal dog. Last but not least there is Davey Joe. Davey is our most special case. He has been diagnosed with Cerebellar Abiotrophy which means the neurons in his cerebellum are dying off. This affects his balance and coordination. He lived his whole life in New York in a yard tied to a dog house. When animal control finally came to take him because of his neuro issues, he then spent 7 months in a shelter (Riverhead Animal Shelter) where he quickly became a favorite of the staff and volunteers. They tried very hard to get him adopted out and it wasn’t until one of them sent his video to Desperate Dogs of Long Island’s facebook that a wonderful rescue organization Mr. Bones & Co. decided to pull him and get him into a home. We emailed them and told them we had room for one more. No one knows how much time Davey has, but we were certain that we could make what time he did have incredible! Davey Joe has taught us so much, helped us understand even more what it is that we were meant to do on this earth.  Why do you want to be a part of this project? We want to be apart of this project to show people that Pit Bulls are wonderful dogs, and more so that special needs Pit Bulls need a home and love as well. We will always rescue bullies, but through all of our rescues and what we have learned we would like to show people against all odds these dogs are wonderful! How can you help spread the project for advocacy? We like to think we lead by example, so many people think we are special and that we are doing something so great, when we feel that we have just taken a passion and a love for this breed and the handicap aspect of it and enriched our own lives. It is not so much what we have done for our dogs, but what they have done for us and others. We want to educate and advocate!

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A special project by Philadelphia photographer BG Productions to showcase Pit Bulls in a positive light.

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  • July 16, 2015 - 9:27 pm

    Marissa - I LOVE ALL of these photos!!!! They came out fantastic!! Covey…Auntie Marissa loves you!

  • July 16, 2015 - 10:48 pm

    Tami Wyatt - Thank you so much for taking pictures of this beautiful family. The lovely article doesn’t even scratch the surface of what a loving couple these women are. Those doggies are very blessed to have Kabrina and Heather in their lives.

  • July 17, 2015 - 11:15 am

    Stacey - I can’t say enough about how beautiful this family is! Heather & Kebirna, thank you for being two wonderful human beings and showing us the good that exists in this world. Lucky animals for sure!!!

  • July 17, 2015 - 2:40 pm

    Jess - I love the one of Pyg and Coven. Her face is priceless. The one of Valek in the grass is amazing too, he looks so happy. I love them all though. <3

  • July 17, 2015 - 4:37 pm

    Zoe - I love the one of all of the dogs in front of/on the wooden structure. I also love the oe of the white dog with the blue mask. It cracks me up every time :)

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    Our approach is a photojournalist style. But that being said- dont worry, we still make sure we get all the posed formal pictures. However we love to capture all the funky shots. i am usually on the floor at some point and on a chair if allowed by the venue! Al can be seen with his video camera high over head on the dance floor and often using his glide cam for all those really smooth shots! We also fully support the DIY weddings. There is so much you can do yourself or through other handmade goods. there is a plethora of cool Indy wedding blogs and we encourage our clients to check them out. Mostly we believe your wedding day should be all about you and your personalities- not what some wedding magazine tells you it should be. so go ahead- think outside the BOX!!! So check out our work and we look forward to capturing your BIG day!!
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