For those who don’t know, Terrace on the Park is the former heliport of the 1964 New York World’s Fair. And while I have lived in New York City for 16 years, I have never had the pleasure of stepping inside, much less photographing, a Terrace on the Park wedding. That is, not until Kathryn […]
It was a perfect day on Thursday for a morning wedding in my home base of Kew Gardens, Queens. Surrounded by their dearest loved ones, Dayna and Tarrell took advantage of the beautiful weather to say their vows on the patio of Austin’s Ale House. Find out all the details!…
It’s the new trend that is sweeping the wedding industry: having a friend or family member preside over your ceremony and officially declare you married. How do you get ordained quick? Today’s blog will tell you all you need to know about how to become a wedding officiant in NYC.
For most events that I photograph, there seems to always be a party within the party. It’s not enough anymore to just feed your guests and have a DJ. Now you have to entertain them as well. As an outside observer to several events a year, here is my take on what works and what […]
So my maternity shoot with Melanie and Jalani is today, but I wanted to first introduce them to you with photos from their Flushing Meadows Park wedding in April of this year. This couple are Queens natives, and proud of it! Their ceremony was held in the shade of the World’s Fair Unisphere in Flushing […]
Have you watched the fantastically-entertaining TLC show, ’90-Day Fiancé’? Well, I recently shot a wedding that is the real-life story of one such romance. Meet Joanna and Ruben, who started their tale of romance across the pond in Oxford, UK where they were both attending grad school. What started with a chance meeting at a […]
I am so pleased to introduce you all to Jace and Michael — whose wedding I recently shot at NYC’s City Hall. This transgender couple met in 1997 while on a bus to school when Jace was Jennifer. Michael chased Jace for ten years off and on before Jace finally gave in and said ‘yes.’ […]