The Challenge of a Day in the Life Family Photography Session

Little boy going to daycare for a day in the life family photography session

An early happy Mother’s Day to all you mothers out there (including my own)! With the upcoming holiday this Sunday, I wanted to pose a challenge to you for your next family portrait: why not take a chance on a day in the life family photography session?

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Erica, Geff, and Mr. Frosties in Offbeat Bride

Trinity Church wedding with pet on Offbeat Bride

I am so pleased to share some exciting news: Erica and Geff (along with cat furbaby, Mr. Frosties), made it on to the pages of Offbeat Bride! Check out their love story, complete with photos from their multi-species wedding at Trinity Church. http://offbeatbride.com/trinity-church-wedding-nyc/ And in case you wanted to pick up a few tips for […]

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KellyWilliamsPhotographer.com: A Fresh New Look for Spring!

New mission statement video for Kelly Williams, Photographer

I have some exciting news to share on the marketing front: a new logo, a new website, and new changes over all.  Here are all the details.

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Lisa and Parris’ Glen Terrace Wedding

First dance at a Glen Terrace wedding

The big day finally arrived: after two years of dating, Lisa and Parris said their vows on Saturday and joined two families as one. Their Glen Terrace wedding in the Marine Park neighborhood of Brooklyn was a huge affair with over 250 guests and a bridal party of 25 (!). Find out all the details […]

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Top Fears About Wedding Photographers

Bride waiting for an article on the top fears about wedding photographers

Over the years I have heard some horror stories from guests and clients about other weddings. These tales of terror have in turn instilled certain universal fears of worst case wedding photography scenarios in the minds of couples. But fear not! In today’s blog, the top fears about wedding photographers, and some solutions to put […]

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5 Habits Every Photographer Should Develop

India street photo for an article on habits every photographer should develop

Let me start by saying that this was originally going to be a travel blog…of Stony Brook, New York. I visited Stony Brook yesterday, but thanks to the horrible weather, I didn’t take my cameras out of my bag once. Instead, my trip left me with a lot of time to think deep thoughts about […]

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Venue Checks: How They Help Me Prepare For Your Event

Bride and groom portrait for an article on event photography preparation

You may have heard me say, ‘I’m going for a venue check.’ Sounds like I’m going to the doctor, no? In short, it means that I am going to physically visit your venue. When I do, I’m looking for a few key things. Here is your all access, behind-the-scenes view of what happens next in […]

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Kissing is Contagious: Mary Beth and Jon’s Wythe Hotel Wedding

Bride and groom portraits at a Wythe Hotel wedding

I wish you could have been there last night for Mary Beth and Jon’s Wythe Hotel wedding. This was my first big wedding of the season, and it set the bar high for all events to come this year. It was a day filled with love, laughter, and a laidback bride and groom who truly […]

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