Even Santa Claus Wants to Work with Philadelphia-Based Photography Studio

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Since opening a new Rittenhouse Square studio in August 2007, Firefly Photography has nearly tripled their business. The company is growing at such a rapid pace, this year Santa called to see if Firefly would host a portrait studio at the Philadelphia Christmas Village at City Hall from Thanksgiving Day through Christmas Eve (CityHallSanta.com). Firefly Photography was awarded the project for Santa's House photo booth by the German American Marketing group, who is organizing the Christmas Village in Philadelphia Christmas Village in Philadelphia is an outdoor holiday market event at Dilworth Plaza on the west side of City Hall. More than 50 vendors will form a medieval village selling European food, sweets and drinks, international seasonal holiday gifts, ornaments and high quality arts and crafts (http://www.philachristmas.com).

Since opening a new Rittenhouse Square studio in August 2007, Firefly Photography has nearly tripled their business. The company is growing at such a rapid pace, this year Santa called to see if Firefly would host a portrait studio at the Philadelphia Christmas Village at City Hall from Thanksgiving Day through Christmas Eve (CityHallSanta.com).

Firefly Photography was awarded the project for Santa's House photo booth by the German American Marketing group, who is organizing the Christmas Village in Philadelphia Christmas Village in Philadelphia is an outdoor holiday market event at Dilworth Plaza on the west side of City Hall. More than 50 vendors will form a medieval village selling European food, sweets and drinks, international seasonal holiday gifts, ornaments and high quality arts and crafts (http://www.philachristmas.com).

Santa's House will offer children of all ages a chance to sit on Santa's lap and give him their wish list. Children can drop their letters to Santa in the Special Delivery mailbox at the Santa's House. A variety of portrait packages will be available. Photo keychains, snowglobes and prints inscribed with the children's names are also on the photographer's menu of options.

Philadelphia Magazine is featuring Santa's House portrait packages as one of this year's "It List Gifts" in the December issue.

Firefly Photography plans to donate a portion of the Santa's House proceeds to two well-known Philadelphia non-profit organizations: The Ronald McDonald House and Project H.O.M.E.

Firefly Photography's owner, Kathleen Ferry, says, "We're excited to offer Philadelphia families an alternative to the traditional mall Santa photo. Our booth has been designed to be different and modern. Just wait until you see it…" she says with a twinkling smile.

In addition to winning the Santa's House contract, Firefly has secured a spot on the December 2008 season finale of Whose Wedding is it Anyway?, a national TV show that runs on the Style Network. Wedding planner, Gina Sole, referred Firefly to the Style Network and the show's producers thought Firefly's photojournalistic, documentary style of wedding photography was perfect for the couple getting married on the episode.

Firefly Photography is located in Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia. The company specializes in wedding & event photography, baby and family portraits. They have just recently added maternity portraits to their list of services.

For more information, visit http://www.FireflyPhotos.com or call 610.715.9009.

Contact:
Kathleen Ferry
Firefly Photography
http://www.FireflyPhotos.com
info @ FireflyPhotos.com
610.715.9009

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