Ever wondered what’s going on in the mind of an artist? With an eye to explaining what goes into making a photo, I thought I might give a larger explanation of my own style as it pertains to wedding photography.
Happy summer to you all! I’m sure most of you, like myself, will be attending a lot of weddings this season (of course, I’ll be behind the camera). As such, I thought I might share with you a particularly lovely summer wedding that was held at the Round Hill House in Washingtonville, NY. Emily and Mike were blessed with beautiful weather for their big day. The ceremony was held outside with cocktails on the front veranda. To keep guests cool and comfortable, the wedding program was printed on fans which were handed to each guests.
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!
It’s been a very busy June, so I’ve been away from the computer, but I am back and happy to present the wedding of Courtney and Warren. They were married on May 19th at the lovely church of St. Joseph’s in Astoria. Their reception was held at Penthouse 808, atop the Ravel Hotel in Long Island City. The view from Penthouse 808 is spectacular, and I can’t recommend this location highly enough as a venue — great food, and great service from their staff as well.
Courtney put together the entire wedding herself, and she did a fantastic job! Two unique aspects to her wedding were her precious cake toppers (which included a banner with their last name) and a photo booth. The photo booth (provided by Classic Photo Booth) was a great source of fun entertainment for guests, and gave Courtney and Warren a unique scrapbook memento.
And speaking of photos, Courtney and Warren both wanted to incorporate a bit of old school New York into their big day. To do so, they called up Film Cars and hired an original Checkered Cab to take them from the church to the reception. Peter, our driver, could not have been more accommodating and as a result we got some fantastic photos of Courtney and Warren with the car. Enjoy the pics!
Ceremony venue: St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, Astoria
Reception venue: Penthouse 808 at the top of the Ravel Hotel, Long Island City
Photo booth: Classic Photo Booth
Taxi cab: Film Cars
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