I’m William, I make pictures that capture moments
It's your story, let me tell it.
I like to capture a wedding as a slice of life while it happens in front of my camera. I look for action, interaction and reaction as well as good light and composition. Those elements make for imagery that tells your story.
It is said that there is no significant moment greater than the declaration of a couple’s love in matrimony.
Our goal is to paint a beautiful picture once in a lifetime picture of your joyous day with strokes of light and emotion. We capture a slice of life as it happens, visually telling the bride & groom’s story. Cain Images approach is unintrusive and unobstructive. Of our style, Jessica and William Pitts, whose wedding we photographed, said “We were shocked at all the stuff you got pics of that we didn’t even see happening!”
Elise and Juan Berrocal, whose wedding we also photographed, said of our work, “We absolutely love the album and portraits. We appreciate all your hard work — from preparing with us for the wedding, to your professionalism on the day of, to your follow-up afterward. We couldn’t image having worked with a different photographer…you are simply the best. Thank you again!”
Tivona and LeMar, said “My pictures were amazing! When I first looked at them, I started crying. My photographer, Bill captured everything I wanted and so much more! He even got all of my crazy facial expressions (which I love). People are always telling me that I make the craziest facial expressions and now I can see them, LOL! Bill has such a great personality, when you talk to him, it’s like you’re talking to an old friend. I love when pictures tell a story and mine definitely do!”
Also, we accept all major credit/debit cards.
If you are truly looking for beautiful once in a lifetime pictures capturing a moment in time that you’ll cherish forever, we’re your photographers!
I was born in Philadelphia, but spent summers in Cape May, NJ from the time I was 5 years old. In the early 90's while working at The Philadelphia Inquirer I was assigned to the Jersey Shore. I would go to the beach all day and then shoot nightlife for a thrice weekly column.
My BFA from University of the Arts is actually in painting, illustration with a minor in photography. I took my first photo class to create my own reference material for my painting.
Originally, I planned to be a comic book artist for Marvel and DC Comics until I took a photojournalism class with a Philadelphia Inquirer photojournalist.
After that semester, I was hooked and was hired as a photojournalist for a local newspaper my sophomore year.
If I'm not photographing a wedding I love photographing sports, specifically ice hockey. At some point in my career I've covered every pro sport in the Philadelphia region. I have photographed every living President and even some that have passed on.