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  • getting married at Penn State | The Penn Stater Magazine
    into Molly Trolley which they had apparently rented for the day Oh well I figured and I drove on But then it occurred to me that they might be going somewhere else for more photos so I turned the car around and followed the trolley As they headed down Burrowes Road past the IST Building I had a suspicion they would turn into the lot for the Alumni Center which has become a popular place for wedding photos I was right I tagged along as the wedding photographer set up some shoots at the gazebo and the bridge Ridge Riley s Bridge it s officially called outside our offices The bride and groom turn out to be Kaitlin Infield 07 and Nicholas Bevins 07 who were getting married on New Year s Eve in Eisenhower Chapel The photo shoot took place about an hour before the wedding and the snowfall we had gotten in the morning made a perfect backdrop Here s a collage of three shots I took click on them to see them bigger I should mention that the photographer Amanda Kraft of Lancaster was a good sport in tolerating my presence at her photo shoot I learned long ago from my brother Chris who is a professional photographer that if an amateur photographer or any friend or family member with a camera shows up at a wedding shoot it can be an unwelcome distraction The professional photographer ends up with images where half of the wedding party is looking at the camera and the other half is looking off at something else like me in this case So in retrospect I don t actually recommend doing what I did yesterday But I thought you d enjoy seeing the result Tina Hay editor P S You can subscribe

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  • Kaitlin Infield | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Penn State Wedding One of our most popular posts of the past week has been the one where I stumbled onto a wedding party getting photos taken in the snow on campus I suspect that the bride and groom Kaitlin Infield 07 and Nick Bevins 07 are the ones who have helped that post go viral by forwarding the link to their apparently many friends Anyway the professional photographer who was hired for the wedding Amanda Kraft of Lancaster has just posted some of her shots from that day You can see them here Be sure to check out the shot at the Nittany Lion Shrine And that cake by Kim Morrison 76 wow Tina Hay editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading January 7 2010 at 2 18 pm Tina Hay 1 comment A Snowy Penn State Wedding I happened to be driving through campus yesterday and noticed a wedding party getting photos taken at the Nittany Lion Shrine in the snow It was a great scene and I did happen to have my camera with me but by the time I pulled my car over and got out I was too late The photo shoot was over and everyone was piling back into Molly Trolley which they had apparently rented for the day Oh well I figured and I drove on But then it occurred to me that they might be going somewhere else for more photos so I turned the car around and followed the trolley As they headed down Burrowes Road past the IST Building I had a suspicion they would turn into the lot for the Alumni Center which has become a popular place for wedding photos I was right I tagged along as the wedding photographer set up some shoots at the gazebo and the bridge Ridge Riley s Bridge it s officially called outside our offices The bride and groom turn out to be Kaitlin Infield 07 and Nicholas Bevins 07 who were getting married on New Year s Eve in Eisenhower Chapel The photo shoot took place about an hour before the wedding and the snowfall we had gotten in the morning made a perfect backdrop Here s a collage of three shots I took click on them to see them bigger I should mention that the photographer Amanda Kraft of Lancaster was a good sport in tolerating my presence at her photo shoot I learned long ago from my brother Chris who is a professional photographer that if an amateur photographer or any friend or family member with a camera shows up at a wedding shoot it can be an unwelcome distraction The professional photographer ends up with images where half of the wedding party is looking at the camera and the other half is looking off at something else like me in this case So in retrospect I don t actually recommend doing what I did yesterday But I thought you d

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  • Nicholas Bevins | The Penn Stater Magazine
    great scene and I did happen to have my camera with me but by the time I pulled my car over and got out I was too late The photo shoot was over and everyone was piling back into Molly Trolley which they had apparently rented for the day Oh well I figured and I drove on But then it occurred to me that they might be going somewhere else for more photos so I turned the car around and followed the trolley As they headed down Burrowes Road past the IST Building I had a suspicion they would turn into the lot for the Alumni Center which has become a popular place for wedding photos I was right I tagged along as the wedding photographer set up some shoots at the gazebo and the bridge Ridge Riley s Bridge it s officially called outside our offices The bride and groom turn out to be Kaitlin Infield 07 and Nicholas Bevins 07 who were getting married on New Year s Eve in Eisenhower Chapel The photo shoot took place about an hour before the wedding and the snowfall we had gotten in the morning made a perfect backdrop Here s a collage of three shots I took click on them to see them bigger I should mention that the photographer Amanda Kraft of Lancaster was a good sport in tolerating my presence at her photo shoot I learned long ago from my brother Chris who is a professional photographer that if an amateur photographer or any friend or family member with a camera shows up at a wedding shoot it can be an unwelcome distraction The professional photographer ends up with images where half of the wedding party is looking at the camera and the other half is looking off

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  • Ridge Riley | The Penn Stater Magazine
    I was right I tagged along as the wedding photographer set up some shoots at the gazebo and the bridge Ridge Riley s Bridge it s officially called outside our offices The bride and groom turn out to be Kaitlin Infield 07 and Nicholas Bevins 07 who were getting married on New Year s Eve in Eisenhower Chapel The photo shoot took place about an hour before the wedding and the snowfall we had gotten in the morning made a perfect backdrop Here s a collage of three shots I took click on them to see them bigger I should mention that the photographer Amanda Kraft of Lancaster was a good sport in tolerating my presence at her photo shoot I learned long ago from my brother Chris who is a professional photographer that if an amateur photographer or any friend or family member with a camera shows up at a wedding shoot it can be an unwelcome distraction The professional photographer ends up with images where half of the wedding party is looking at the camera and the other half is looking off at something else like me in this case So in retrospect I don t actually recommend doing what I did yesterday But I thought you d enjoy seeing the result Tina Hay editor P S You can subscribe to our blog by cli c king on the link in the upper right hand part of the page You can choose to get the blog via RSS feed or by e mail I personally recommend the latter because it s very simple you ll get an e mail each morning with the day s previous blog entry ies Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading January 1 2010 at 12

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  • wedding photography | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Snowy Penn State Wedding I happened to be driving through campus yesterday and noticed a wedding party getting photos taken at the Nittany Lion Shrine in the snow It was a great scene and I did happen to have my camera with me but by the time I pulled my car over and got out I was too late The photo shoot was over and everyone was piling back into Molly Trolley which they had apparently rented for the day Oh well I figured and I drove on But then it occurred to me that they might be going somewhere else for more photos so I turned the car around and followed the trolley As they headed down Burrowes Road past the IST Building I had a suspicion they would turn into the lot for the Alumni Center which has become a popular place for wedding photos I was right I tagged along as the wedding photographer set up some shoots at the gazebo and the bridge Ridge Riley s Bridge it s officially called outside our offices The bride and groom turn out to be Kaitlin Infield 07 and Nicholas Bevins 07 who were getting married on New Year s Eve in Eisenhower Chapel The photo shoot took place about an hour before the wedding and the snowfall we had gotten in the morning made a perfect backdrop Here s a collage of three shots I took click on them to see them bigger I should mention that the photographer Amanda Kraft of Lancaster was a good sport in tolerating my presence at her photo shoot I learned long ago from my brother Chris who is a professional photographer that if an amateur photographer or any friend or family member with a camera shows up at a wedding shoot

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  • The Best of The Penn Stater Blog, 2010 | The Penn Stater Magazine
    in industrial washers and that swampy just may be the grossest yet most accurate way to describe their post game aroma 3 Travelin With Tina Readers caught the travel bug from this roundup of Tina Hay s observations during her whirlwind jaunt through France and Germany with members of the Alumni Association The photos of the Eiffel Tower Oberammergau and Tina s travel buddies didn t hurt either 4 Five Things I Learned on Football Eve in Tuscaloosa In case you haven t heard Alabama fans take their football seriously Senior editor Ryan Jones found out firsthand when he crossed the Mason Dixon line to where the humidity is thicker than Creamery ice cream tenting beats tailgating and the southern twang is easier to pick up than the ever abundant Crimson swag 5 Steve Smith s Battle with ALS on HBO s Real Sports When HBO s Real Sports was set to air a segment on 1986 national championship team captain Steve Smith 87 H HD and his struggle with Lou Gehrig s Disease we took to the blog to spread the news Though the post was a mere 124 words it drew nearly 2 000 hits a testament to Smith s powerful and poignant story Thanks for reading And stay tuned in 2011 Mary Murphy associate editor P S Remember these Take a look at 2009 s top five here Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Alumni Association Tags Kaitlin Infield Kirk Diehl Nicholas Bevins Nittany Lion Shrine Penn State weddings Steve Smith University of Alabama A Lighter Moment With Matt Suhey Walter Payton I d Rather Be In Fiji 1 Comment Add your own 1 keno October 25 2011 at 12 04 pm Les investisseurs internationaux

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  • A Wedding in the Gazebo | The Penn Stater Magazine
    all of them Which of course I was happy to do The guy in white is local goldsmith Erroll Wilson who served as the officiant and made the wedding rings too Congrats and good luck to Emily and Ben Tina Hay editor P S One of our most popular blog stories ever is this one about a snowy New Year s Eve wedding a few years ago in the same setting Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Alumni Association University Park Tags Ben Finch Emily Haworth Penn State weddings Legendary Turkey The Best of the Travelers Photos An Hour With Gerry Abrams 5 Comments Add your own 1 Richard June 3 2011 at 8 12 am What a great wedding and such a cute couple 2 Brian Slawin June 3 2011 at 7 06 pm What a great start to a new circle of life These 2 came to Penn State hoping to find their futures and now in the same place where one journey started another begins How cool it is that they chose this quiet intimate oasis amongst the hustle and bustle of life to commit their lives to each other 3 Mildred June 8 2011 at 1 57 pm From Venezuela Mildred and Ileana send wishes for happiness and prosperity for yo all and for Erroll our love forever The Gazebo is a beautiful place For sure all of you are filled with joy and light energy 4 It s a Nice Day for a Blue and White Wedding The Penn Stater Magazine August 19 2011 at 10 19 am in early June our editor Tina Hay stumbled across a wedding ceremony at the gazebo outside the Hintz Family Alumni Center The lovely photos of

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  • A Very Penn State Wedding | The Penn Stater Magazine
    was held in the Mount Nittany Club We were also scheduled to do shoots at the Obelisk the Joe Paterno statue outside the stadium and other spots but it was rainy and we just plain ran out of time If that s not Penn Statey enough for you the bride wore a blue and white Penn State garter the newlyweds ran an informal gauntlet of bridal party members waving white pom pons and a cardboard cutout of Joe Paterno stood guard over the cheese table at the reception And there was a note at each spot at the table at dinner saying A donation has been made on your behalf to the Penn State Dance Marathon a cause special to Cameron and Daniel Below is a slide show of about two dozen shots from Saturday Some are by Chris some are by me and a few are very casual photos taken with my iPhone You should also check out the photos that Chris has posted on his Facebook page they re light years better than what I can show here Enjoy This slideshow requires JavaScript Tina Hay editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under University Park Tags Cameron Klementik Chris Hay photography Daniel Ertley David Klementik Pasquerilla Spiritual Center Penn State weddings Ruth Whalley Klementik wedding photography Steven Leath s Mom has Reason to be Proud Arthur Miller s All My Sons Onstage at Penn State 1 Comment Add your own 1 Anonymous November 21 2011 at 1 07 am Hello Tina You presented a fabulous rundown of the wedding on such a rainy day But hey we did Penn State proud Thanks for your kind words Look for us on one of your alumni tours in the

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