We're Meg + Ian

Partners in love, life, and business

Together for 10 years, shooting side by side for 7 years. We grew up together in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. Both of us have photography backgrounds so it made sense for us to start shooting together as a team. 


As a couple we work closely to capture weddings in a genuine & fun fashion. We believe your images should take you back and not only remind you of how your wedding looked, but how it felt. 


Our style can be described as light, clean, and timeless. We take pride in capturing the graceful, vibrant and heartfelt moments while creating a comfortable and enjoyable experience for our couples.

We divide up weddings in a way that make sense based on our approach. Ian runs around to capture those creative and candid shots, while Megan focuses on those "must have" shots. It is important to us to provide a variety, while capturing all of the small details and moments that make any wedding unique. 


We call Pittsburgh home for now, but we are always up for an adventure! Half of our work takes us to Central/Eastern PA and we are constantly dreaming up our next big trip. If you're planning an elopement, wedding, anniversary session, engagement photos- let's talk! 

In 2024 we plan on relocating to NYC and will be taking on even more weddings near the East Coast.

We believe in equality for all, and are proud to support love and marriage for everyone worldwide. Because love is love and love always wins.


Meg & Ian


detail expert

brings the tissues

dress fluffer

seltzer water

lover of fluffy florals

connoisseur of cookie tables


the short of it:

We went to highschool together (ask to see our prom photo), started dating shortly after, moved to Philadelphia and picked up cameras together. We now find ourselves in Western Pa (go pens) exploring the outdoors, loving on our cats, watching a good comedy, thrifting, and trying out new places to eat. Catch us relocating to New York in 2024!


candid expert

dress hanger

joke keeper

red bull

tattooer / photographer

wide shot


two photographers

same moments, different perspective

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