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Colorado Springs Wedding l Stacy Richardson Photography l Destination Photographer

Nina and Daniel were so fun to get to know when I did their engagement session in Washington DC.  A few months later I was so fortunate to be able to fly to Colorado to photograph their wedding at the Pinecrest Event Center.  I have a really special spot in my heart for these two because they have known each other since they were very small. Their families are really close and so it was not only fun to watch them get married, but it was so fun to see their Moms and Dads (who are best of friends) rejoicing that their children married one another.  I have a special place in my heart for them because I have a best friend, who has a little boy who is my Grace’s age and we only dream that one day they would marry.  It was fun to see that in this case…that dream came true.  I am so thankful that you let me be a part of your lives on such an important day. I wish you all the best and many years of love and happiness together.
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PS Thanks for getting married in Colorado so I could visit my Erika!

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Extreme Makeover Home Edition Baltimore ~ Boys Hope Girls Hope ~ photos by stacy richardson and stevie trischmann

This past July,  Stevie T Photography and I were honored to photograph the young woman of Boys Hope Girls Hope in Baltimore for ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition.  Girls Hope is an organization that supports at risk teen girls from inner city Baltimore. Excel Homes teamed up with Extreme Makeover Home Edition to give these girls an incredible place to call home.

It was a blast to be on set with designers Ty Pennington, Paul DiMeo, Jillian Harris, Michael Maloney and xzibit.  Guest stars from Modern Family were also on set as they “took over” the makeover for the Girls Hope Home.

The experience was out of this world, watching a house go up in such a short amount of time and to watch a community of people to come together for such an amazing cause. The team of people that it takes to execute a project like this is amazing.  I was completely blown away by the people who work incredibly hard behind the scenes, and all the countless volunteers that donate their time

and energy to give back to their community.

It was an amazing project to be a part of and I am honored that they chose us to photograph these beautiful girls and to be able to watch our images decorate their new home. I would also like to extend a special thanks to Connie Groah for jumping in at the last minute to do some high key composite photos of the girls. Please enjoy the following slideshow of our images and a few favorites from the show.

A HUGE thank you to the fabulous print lab WHCC and the canvas supplier Simply Canvas who donated all of the prints and canvases for the girls home.


Move that bus

My favorite designer, Paulie…for those of you who watch the show and he’s your favorite too…he’s the real deal…he’s a hard worker and has a heart of gold…

The girls and guys and Kristi!

Michael and Jillian Harris from the Bachelor ready to move that bus.

Kristi’s office decorated with our images.

This was wall paper that hung in the halls of their new home…it was kind of our theme for the week. Another area that featured our photos of the girls.  We had so much fun with them. just about to move that bus…Modern Family Kids on ABC  bringing it home…

the girls when they first saw their new house We wish all the boys and girls from Boys Hope Girls Hope the best and we thank ABC for allowing us to be a part of such an amazing project. Stay tuned for our second build that we did in Pennsylania.

That episode will be airing on October 24, 2010.   Details on that build coming soon.

April Wilson -

So great! I had fun watching the show with you tonight 🙂 Such awesome pics.

Ken Meeks -

Fantastic pictures and a great show! Very impressive Stacy!

Kimberly -

I am so glad you posted these as I was unable to watch it on TV. Great job, Stacey!!! They are fabulous!

jen -

ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!! Do you remember how nervous you were?? Told you there was NOTHING to worry about!! You are fabulous!!!

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stella -

Hi Stacy,
I was a Project Manager on the Baltimore build. These are fantastic and really make the house! Thank you so much for documenting the process!

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Abigail Kate

Nov 1st my baby girl turned 2 .  I love her to pieces.  Thank you Lord for giving us this precious gift, and thank you for the past 2 years of her life!




Emily -

aww! LOVELY pictures. I miss those bright leaves already!

Mom -

Love her to bits! Great pictures!

Lisa -

She looks more and more like you!!! Adorable sweet thing…..

Connie -

So pretty! These images are fantastic!

Betsy Eaves -

Stacy, she is sooo beautiful!! How I loved those years. Cherish every second ’cause in a minute she’ll be walking down the steps at Mt. Airy Mansion!! Way to capture all the memories!!

Sara -

what beautiful pictures!

Jen -

awww-Stacy – what a beautiful little girl! LOOVE the beautiful fall colors in these images! hope you are well!

marijke -

Love the chocolate eyes!

erika -

she is so beautiful!

calgary photographers -

so cute …. nice pics

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Extreme Makeover Home Edition ~ Urban Family ~ stacy richardson photography & stevie T photography

I am so excited to be able to share some of the behind the scene images of the Urban Family build from ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition. Steve T and I were honored to be asked to do another build with Extreme Makeover Home Edition back in July.

Berks County Home Builders Association partnered with ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition to build Trisha and Cora Urban a new home.  This is an amazing story of one woman’s strength in times of trial.

Trisha and Andy met in college while both working an internship at a youth group home. Andy was the youth counselor and Trisha was the cook. It didn’t take long for them to realize that they were meant to be together, and they soon married. The young couple were expecting their first child and in the process of turning their five-acre plot of land into their idyllic and beautiful dream home. On February 4, 2009, everything changed. Andy died suddenly of a heart attack while Trisha was in labor. She found Andy, who was born with a congenital heart defect, lying dead in the snow at their front gate. Trisha refuses to let Andy’s death be in vain. Since his passing, she has raised thousands of dollars for the American Heart Association. In addition, she has taken on a second job as a hospice nurse, using her real life experience to help families cope during their difficult time. (taken from tvgrapevine)

If you missed this episode you can find it here on ABC’s website.

It was again an honor to be on set with designers Ty PenningtonPaul DiMeo, Leann Touhy (the mother to Michael Orr from the Blide Side), and Tracy Hudson. I must also mention the amazing behind the scene designers who do an incredible job, special thanks to Veronica, Lisa Marie, Heather, Alex, Tony and countless others who all work incredible hard to make sure this family has an amazing home to come home to. You guys are the BEST!

Thanks for allowing us to be part of such and amazing team of people. We love you all!

Special Thanks to PRODPI for donating all of the printing for the show. What an amazing lab!

click below for a link to the 3 minute


set to music for the Urban Family

paulie d is in the house… tracy arranging photographstracy arranging our images for the stairwellpaulie is eating the horse food… stevie playing in the horses house welcome home Urbans josh skipping with Paul…don’t ask An image I took of Trisha and Cora  that now hangs in Trisha’s bedroom
a sweet hug from mommy the moment after she saw her new home

ty…and im not REALLY sure what exactly he is doing here… about to move the BUS! I had to get in…thanks Paulie for taking this photo of us…

erin -

amazing. congratulations stacy. the photos are gorgeous; what an amazing gift you have. continue to let it shine.

lisa -

WOW! Stacey, I have always known you as an amazing artist, but you get better every minute! Your slideshow brought me to tears of happiness for this mother and daughter. You have given them such a wonderful gift…. I am proud to know you.

erin -

p.s. your slideshow made me cry all over again. beautiful.

Sharon Maday -

Stacy: Great pictures and so glad you are doing so well. I’m proud of you! I can at least say I knew you when 🙂

Trew -

Simply beautiful! Thank you for sharing your amazing photographs and slideshow! Love your image of the two of them hanging in the bedroom….and the sweet, sweet one that was painted for the guest room. 🙂

Camlin -

absolutely beautiful!! fantastic job Stacy!! you captured the heart of the makeover behind the scenes. GREAT JOB!!!


WOW!!!!!!!! Your pictures are great. The video made me cry. Thanks for sharing.

Lori Hopps -

The pictures are absolutely amazing!!

Sara -

what beautiful pictures!!! We loved the slide show – it definitely tells a beautiful beautiful story!

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