Liz Andolina joined the Michael Chadwick Photography team in 2019. Originally from Buffalo, NY, Liz received her Masters in Voice from Westminster Choir College and currently resides in Princeton, NJ with her husband. After teaching voice and piano through her own music studio and at various colleges for over 10 years, Liz recently decided to pursue her long time love of photography. She started her own business in early 2019, primarily focused on head shots and portraits, but had always dreamed of shooting weddings. Combining her experience and skills as a teacher and stage performer with the visual art of photography provides a perfect match for wedding photography. Her favorite wedding moments are during the first look and in documenting all the details that make each wedding uniquely special.
Beyond the lens, Liz is an avid yogi, loves to travel, and sings with Michael’s Christmas caroling group, The Village Carolers.
"Just like music, photographs express that which cannot be expressed with words. They are a snapshot of a moment in time, and I am honored to be the one who has the privilege to capture them."
Sheldon Erb started out photographing weddings with Michael Chadwick Photography in 2011, gaining a creative perspective and capturing candid moments to tell the story of a couples' special day. After learning from Michael through many weddings, he opened his own photography business in 2014, but continues to work with Michael. Sheldon's gear includes Canon's top line of cameras and lenses. His favorite lens of choice is the Canon 50mm 1.2L, providing rich and sharp images. He is based in the Philadelphia metro area.
"Life is filled with memories. The most important of these memories deserve to be captured by trusted professionals. I aspire to capture your wedding day in a way that tells the story of your magical day, transporting you back to the moment of your experience."
Since 2009, clients have trusted Chris Kellyman to capture one of the most monumental days of their lives. Not only does Chris create high-quality photography for your sentimental moment, Chris´ personable and artistic style creates a stress-free experience on your special day. He joined Michael Chadwick Photography in 2017 and is happy to be a part of the team helping to make your wedding the best it can be.
As a passionate professional, connecting with couples and photographing love stories bring him joy. The partnership that Chris establishes with his couples brings his clients comfort and ease, knowing that their special day is in good hands. Chris is the hardworking, experienced, trusted photographer who will capture the moments of your event so they'll last a lifetime.
"Weddings are typically one of the greatest moments in the lives of a couple. The wedding day also goes by very quickly making it hard to absorb all of the details of the day. This is where I come in. I consider it an honor to be selected to help preserve the memories of this momentous occasion. Be in the moment, enjoy your wedding day and I will capture moments that will last a lifetime."
Nicole Saunders is a native Philadelphia suburbanite, born and raised in Bucks County. She earned her BA in Photojournalism from Temple University in 2007, and began her career shortly after. She photographed weddings, sports, head shots, food, you name it. As long as she was working with her camera, she was happy. At that time, she had an equal desire to explore as she did to photograph, so in 2009 she kicked off what ended up being 6 years of traveling and living in different cities. She taught English in Costa Rica, San Francisco, and Santa Cruz. She also reunited with her high school sweetheart and became a mom to an adorable little girl.
After all of these adventures, she came back to her roots, to the core of what is most important to her: living here on the east coast near what she considers to be the greatest city (she knows she's biased, but she loves Philly!), being with her family, and fostering her craft in photography. Aside from photography and mama-hood, she also loves yoga, Sci-Fi movies, and vegetarian cooking. In addition to the dozens of weddings she has photographed for her own studio, she is happy to be a part of this great team which she joined in 2016, and hopes to see you on your special day!
"Weddings not only highlight the love between the couple, but remind us of the love we have in our own lives. We can all get on board, resonate, and share in the experience, as love is what truly connects us all."
Catherine (Cat) Widzins
Catherine Widzins has been photographing along side Michael Chadwick Photography since 2015. She is a graduate of The University of the Arts with a fine arts degree in photography, and from Disney University with a "Mouse"-ters degree in capturing memories.
Cat has great aspirations of starting her own studio and is grateful to be learning from the best in the business. She is a member of the Professional Photographers of America. When not behind the camera, you can find her on stage performing in community theater or rereading Harry Potter.
"I love love; I love making beautiful images. Photographing weddings has come naturally to me and I am so thrilled to get to capture every detail of your day."
Michael founded Chadwick Photography in 2008, and photographed nearly 400 weddings as the lead photographer. As of 2020, Michael has begun the process of slowly stepping back from the role of the studio's lead photographer. He is still does all other work for the company including post-processing and client communication. He is available for weddings as the lead photographer, but they are select boutique packages. Please see this page for more information.
Michael was inducted into The Knot's "Best of Weddings" Hall of Fame in 2014 and has won "Best of Weddings" every single year since first appearing on The Knot in 2010. He loves teaching photography, and is the author of Balancing the Art and Business of Wedding Photography, available through various online retainers and the publisher's web site.
"Photographs become something truly special when they evoke a visceral and emotional response. When an image brings us feelings like laughter, joy, and happiness it transcends a simple snapshot and becomes art."