Thinking about having photos taken in a Central Park rowboat while you paddle around The Lake? It’s an adventure worth taking, and here are the details of my recent experience photographing bride and groom, Carolina and Erich, on the high seas in Central Park.
Can you believe 2017 is right around the corner? It seems like the year flew by in a flash, with a few very long months spent on the election. As a diversion from the political upheaval all around us, I present to you the details of Carolina and Erich’s Loeb Boathouse wedding in Central Park. This was a laid back, daytime wedding — and most notably — my last big wedding of the year in New York. (Next stop: Palm Beach for Rachelle and Brice’s wedding!) Let’s celebrate the calm together, shall we?
If your wedding is coming up soon, you know that in addition to planning the big day you also have to plan the rehearsal dinner. What is it, how extravagant does it need to be, and most importantly, who pays for it? Find the answers in today’s blog, plus a few rehearsal dinner tips to make your event truly unique.
On Friday I had the pleasure of photographing Nancy and Reggie’s beautiful wedding at the Cop Cot in Central Park. Their ceremony was a stellar example of how to get married in Central Park. While most people assume you can simply show up and get hitched anywhere in the park (you basically can), there are some tricks you need to know to before planning your Central Park wedding:
Talk about intimate: I had the pleasure of photographing Julie and Emeric’s Linden Terrace wedding in Fort Tryon Park last week. It was just the couple, the officiant, myself, and the wedding planner — that’s it. Coming all the way from Paris, their ceremony was the perfect example of how to get married in a foreign country. Thinking of saying your own vows in a far off land? Here are some tips on how to plan a destination wedding with ease, just like Julie and Emeric.
In keeping with the fun spirit of their pre-wedding cocktail bash, Sarah and Dave had a blast at their Bathhouse Studios wedding on Saturday. They transformed a space normally used as a professional photo studio into a dream wedding venue, complete with a perfectly lit dance floor. Their wedding also introduced me to my new favorite hotel, The Roger, in midtown. Get all the details here…
I photographed a fantastic pre-wedding party at the East Village bar, Dream Baby, on Friday night. The bash was a wonderful way to say thank you to friends and family who had traveled from as far away as Australia to help celebrate Sarah and Dave’s upcoming nuptials. With so many out-of-town guests in one spot, I thought it might be a good time to address an issue that has been on the minds of my clients: how do you book hotel blocks for your wedding guests?
We’ve all dreamed about it: a romantic wedding lit only by soft candlelight. But what’s the reality like? Is it flame or fizzle, from your photographer’s point of view? Find out what your photographer is really thinking about your candlelit ceremony with photos from Devin and Lindsay’s stunning Atelier Roquette wedding.
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!…
I’m still recovering from Jill and Cesar’s fun wedding on Saturday at the India House. Everyone had a great time celebrating with the couple, as evidenced by the enthusiasm on the dance floor. Here are the details: