You’ve already gotten a sneak peek at Marisa and Colin’s 1920s-themed wedding, but here’s a look at their lovely engagement shoot that took place this October. We started off at Washington Square Park, and then moved over to a few spots in the West Village. Marisa and Colin love this part of the city, and their engagement shoot hit all of the places near and dear to their hearts. Kettle of Fish, for instance, is Colin’s favorite watering hole.
Miriam and Jon are a lovely couple, and I am proud to share with you photos from their engagement shoot at Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn! Miriam and Jon live in New York, but will be getting married on the West Coast. As a salute to their home borough of Brooklyn, they decided to do the engagement shoot close to their front door. From a photographer’s perspective, Grand Army Plaza is a great spot for a shoot, especially if you would like to include Prospect Park.
I’m pleased to share with you the lovely wedding of Susan and Tim! While Hurricane Sandy was just starting to pick up speed outside, Susan and Tim spent the day saying ‘I do.’ Check out the ominous sky outside the window of the Millenium Hilton, where Susan was getting ready.
There’s a party going on in Staten Island! Check out the fun crowd at Sandy and Noah’s wedding, which took place just a ferry ride away at Nicotra’s Ballroom. This was definitely a dancing crowd, complete with break dancing groom. As always, kids make for the best photo ops. Enjoy!
If you’ve never been up to the roof of the Empire Hotel in NYC, do yourself a favor a make a trip this summer your top priority. It’s an absolutely lovely view, and a great place to have a drink (or even a wedding!). Nicole and Brian certainly thought so, and I am happy to share photos from their recent wedding.
Congrats to Robin and Chad, who were recently married at Battery Gardens Restaurant! This wedding was a long time coming: Robin and Chad were each other’s first true loves 17 years ago. They finally reunited the modern way — over Facebook. As Robin puts it, “the connection hadn’t changed.”
Hi everyone! I hope you are all having a good weekend. The weather here is abysmal, and so I thought I would spread some cheer by sharing the joyously colorful photos from the wedding of Rupa and Ian. They chose to have a traditional Indian wedding, complete with Hindu fire ceremony, to celebrate and honor Rupa’s cultural roots. The wedding took place at East Wind Inn out on Long Island. This is a family that loves to dance, and the mix of Indian and American house music was hopping. Enjoy the pics!
Thinking about doing a ‘trash the dress’ shoot? Check out these photos of Justine and Dave, who I was lucky enough to photograph for their wedding in June at the Davenport Beach Club in New Rochelle. They decided that instead of a traditional engagement portrait they wanted something a little bit different that would give Justine a second chance to show off her dress. And so Dave and Justine took the dress out for a whirl around Battery Park in NYC. The sunlight was incredible and was a nice complement to the couple’s dancing skills. Enjoy!
I am honored to be again included in the list of wedding professionals recommended by New York Weddings! Check out the summer 2013 issue of the magazine on stands now to see my listing and that of my fellow colleagues. Getting selected for the guide means that you meet the high editorial standards of New York Magazine, which of course means that the magazine has done some of the work for you by vetting the myriad of wedding vendors available in the tri-state area.
New York Weddings is a great go-to guide that you’ll want to keep and refer to during your entire planning process. Their listings include everything from photographers and DJs to caterers and dress designers. Furthermore, the issue also has some great articles on how to creatively incorporate the energy of New York City into your wedding.