Ash Smith Photo Studio is based in Fishtown, Philadelphia. Ash photographs weddings in an authenitc and timeless style, while prioritzing making your photography experience feel calm and effortless. Her wedding day vibe has been described organized, easy-going, and unwaveringly supportive! Ash has years of experience in the photography industry, completing an MFA in Photography, Video & Related Media from the School of Visual Arts. She is passionate about sharing her talent with others, both by using her skills to photograph your most important moments and through her work as a photography professor. Drawing from her work as a fine-artist, she'll spend the day creating intentional, painterly portraits of you and your partner and focus on capturing all of the raw and unfiltered moments in-between!
Couples can get to know Ash with an engagement session before the wedding. She is excited to travel for destination weddings and will work with you before your wedding day to plan the photographs, create a schedule for the day, and make sure it fits with your unique vision. All couples receive their images digitally with an option for fine-art albums.
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Hi! I’m Ashley. I’m an artist and photographer working in Philadelphia. I’ve been shooting weddings since graduating with a degree in Photography from Drexel University in 2011. In 2015, I earned my MFA in Photography, Video & Related Media from the School of Visual Arts. After spending five years in New York City, building my art practice and teaching at the International Center of Photography, I moved back to Philadelphia to launch my wedding photography business. In addition to shooting weddings, I work as a photography professor at Drexel University and Moore College of Art & Design.