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It feels like we have been stuck in quarantine for years. I don’t know about you all, but I am starting to suffer from just a bit of cabin fever. This has not been a week of bountiful productivity (though if you hop over to my Facebook page, you can check out all the crafting […]
The Conservatory Garden is the crown jewel of Central Park. Covering just six acres, the stunning formal garden includes a manicured lawn, two tree-covered walkways, and an epically beautiful walled flower garden, complete with koi pond. The NYC Parks Department knows the value of their real estate, and they keep the garden in tip-top shape. […]
Yes…and no. How to Plan a Wedding in Central Park. After taking a few months off for social media summer vacation, I am back and wanted to share with you my latest wedding. I had the pleasure of photographing Matthew and Travis this past week in Central Park. We lucked out with weather and crowds, […]
Lessons From the Trenches I am finally back from traveling across South America and my first job after returning to home was to photograph Matthew’s surprise wedding proposal to Anna. It was an exciting adventure, and I came away with a few more do’s and don’ts if you are planning on asking someone to marry […]
It was a beautiful day on Saturday for a Central Park lake proposal! Zing, the groom-to-be, did a lot of planning before the big day, and I am happy to say that Claire said ‘yes’! Check out all the details from Zing’s proposal to Claire in Central Park and find out my secrets to making […]
Looking for a leafy green venue for your engagement shoot, but not interested in the crowds of Central Park? Well have I got some suggestions for you. In today’s blog on NYC engagement shoot locations, I list what I think are the 11 most underrated alternatives to Central Park. You don’t have to be photographed […]
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.
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 (well, you basically can), there […]
If you were thinking about scheduling a family or engagement portrait to coincide with the vibrant colors of fall, you might find yourself asking the obvious: why haven’t the leaves changed? To answer your question, I bring you the 2016 leaf peeper report, illustrated with the Central Park fall family portrait of Sheila and Layla.
Central Park is a landmark. A beautiful oasis in the middle of a concrete jungle. It is not, however, where you should shoot your engagement portrait.