Maria & Steve

Maria and Steve were married at Heinz Chapel on the University of Pittsburgh Campus and held their reception at the Renaissance Hotel.

When you arrive and see a bride like this… what is there to say?? Maria was absolutely stunning.

Her veil was longer than her train and I was in heaven.


And here is just one of many reasons why Maria and I get along so well… we are both crazy about organization!


There are so many great places to shoot at the Renaissance, here are the guys just before leaving for the ceremony.

This is me, image by Craig.

I have the best couples in the world, they are so relaxed and happy, which makes my job easy!

After taking some outdoor photographs, we went over to the Cathedral of Learning.

Whoa, I’m not sure what was going on in this dark stairwell, but I am glad that I was there to capture it!


In addition to Craig, I brought along another assistant to Maria and Steve’s wedding. Pam was a participant in the Element of Love workshop and was interested in attending a wedding to learn more and watch me in action. Anyway, she was great to have along, and she captured this gem just before dinner.

Love this ring shot, Pam actually suggested the “pose.” LOL We used the video light from underneath to light the rings.


My good friend Eric the DJ was rockin’ the party.


A huge thanks to Craig and Pam for working so hard for me. Not only do they carry all of my gear, they also shoot and keep me on track!

Make-up Artist: Jennifer Palermo
Florist: Patti Kuhn
Bakery: Prantl
Entertainment: Eric the DJ

Weddings by Heather – Heinz Chapel Wedding Photographer

  • Anonymous

    Heather & gang:
    I just want to say "thanks" for your great passion and devotion to the art of photography. Everything looks so gorgeous! My husband and I are so grateful that Maria and Steve found you. Keep up the super work.
    T.
    (aka Mom of the Bride)
    P.S. Remember to make me look younger in all the pics. LOL 🙂

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