APC Conference

This was my second year photographing the Association of Pennsylvania Constructors annual trade show and conference. This is a conference for the guys who build our highways and byways. Many of the attendees are engineers and managers of construction companies. Also in attendance are many of PennDOTs managers which allows new policies, proceedings and bureaucratic procedures to be openly discussed.
















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PRA Awards Banquet

This was my second year photographing the Pennsylvania Restaurant Association’s Annual Awards Banquet. This year I was asked to setup a makeshift studio to do headshots of the various members before the actual banquet started. A sampling of those headshots are here followed by shots from the banquet itself.











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St. Johns Parish Day School

Yesterday I had the opportunity to work with Deb Bates Schrott founder of Bates Creative Group to photograph the St. Johns Parish Day School in Elicott City, MD. This was a fun shoot highlighting the diversity of both the student body and the learning experience. Thanks a lot to Deb for lining up the shoot. Be sure to check out her award winning design team if you need any creative work done.









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Auditorium Seating

I was contracted to photograph a new auditorium seating installation by the company that sold the seats to the Carlisle School District. The back of the auditorium wasn’t very picturesque and the seating was the main focus so light was limited to just the seating.



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Stoney Creek Inn

Photographs of the Stoney Creek Inn in Dauphin, PA and its food for Susqueats.com.




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Commercial Roof Trussing


Today I photographed the construction of St. Margaret Mary’s Catholic Church for All-Span. They constructed the truss systems and needed some artistic documentation of the installation process for their website and other marketing collateral.

This one took some patience as it ended up being several weeks from when I was told the trusses were being placed until it actually happened.






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Sweeet Willows Ice Cream

Food and interior of Sweet Willows Creamery shot for Susqueats.com.



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A week of mentoring young minds

Today marks the end of a week of mentoring children as part of the Harrisburg Parks and Recreation Department’s Photography For Kids Camp. The camp is a collaboration between the Parks and Recs department and the Harrisburg Camera Club and was the brain child of club member Charlie Smith.

This was the second year in a row for the camp and my second year as a mentor. Its a lot of fun getting out with these young people and it is also encouraging at the quality of their work by the end of the week.






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Confit French Bistro

Confit French Bistro may have the most authentic French cuisine in the Susquehanna Valley. BYOB helps keep your total bill down. A great place for a special date night.


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Agrodolce

York Pennsylvania Food Photography, © Tom Wenger Photography, LLC
York Pennsylvania Food Photography, © Tom Wenger Photography, LLCAgrodolce is a new upscale restaurant in York. Here are a selection of photos from my session with them. 

Scallops
Calamari
York Pennsylvania Executive Portrait Photography, © Tom Wenger Photography, LLC

York Pennsylvania Architectural Photography, © Tom Wenger Photography, LLC

Owner and Chef John Roeder
Interior
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