Brooklyn Winery Wedding Photos

Brooklyn Winery wedding photos of bride and groom kissing after ceremony

Covid-19 has definitely put a wrench in the wedding plans of many couples.  Happy endings can still be found, however, as Jocelyn and Rob’s Brooklyn Winery wedding photos will attest. While these two lovebirds had originally planned a much larger wedding in 2020, their big day turned out to be just as magical as expected. […]

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How To Get Married In Fort Tryon Park

Bride and groom holding hands in Fort Tryon Park

Fort Tryon Park is one of the loveliest spots in New York City in which to get married. It also has one of the easiest permit applications in the city. I recently had the pleasure of photographing Blaire and Kris tie the knot here with an epic view over the Hudson River. In today’s blog […]

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How to Get Married in Brooklyn Bridge Park

Couple saying vows in front of NYC waterfront for an article on how to get married in Brooklyn Bridge Park

It was a whirlwind week leading up to Lena and Dan’s wedding. They started off planning a ceremony in one spot before hurriedly making plans to say ‘I do’ in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Their wedding day ended up being a beautiful, relaxed affair, but boy was it stressful beforehand. In today’s blog post I have […]

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A Jamaica Christening at Temple El Shaddai

Pastor holding little girl up to the light during Jamaica christening

The perfect antidote to last week’s depressing blog post is a precious baby, no? This week I have all the details of little Olivia’s Jamaica christening at Temple El Shaddai. So let’s soak up the cute as we endure yet another week of quarantine.

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Covid-19 Wedding Planning: New Things to Consider

Couple hugging during ceremony for an article on Covid-19 wedding planning

What a surreal time we are living in right now. While I always want my blog to be a happy place where readers can find helpful information, I think we need to sit down for some straight talk about Covid-19 wedding planning. In today’s post, I’ll discuss a list of new things you need to […]

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Wedding Cost Cutting Tips

Bride and groom holding hands in front of lake for an article on wedding cost cutting tips

Just about every couple will be tightening their belts this year when it comes to their wedding budget. So in today’s blog post I have my best wedding cost cutting tips to help you say ‘I do’ in a fiscally fabulous manner.

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Max & John’s Greenpoint Loft Wedding Photos

Greenpoint Loft wedding photos of two grooms kissing under gigantic floral altarpiece

Spring is happening now, right? I can’t see much from my apartment window, and since I have only left my abode at night for the grocery store, I couldn’t tell you. Anyway, since spring is supposed to be here, I thought we might celebrate by checking out Max and John’s fantastic Greenpoint Loft wedding photos. […]

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Little Penelope’s Greek Orthodox Baptism Photos

Greek orthodox baptisms are some of my favorite family events to photograph. In addition to taking place in stupendously beautiful churches, there is always an air of mystery to the service. Follow that with a helping of delicious food at the reception, and you can easily see why I say ‘yes’ to all Greek baptism […]

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A Unique Birthday Party Photography Request

Birthday party photography of scantily clad men dressed as gladiators surrounding a little baby

Need a distraction from the news today? Well then, have I got a blog post for you. Amy called me up last fall and asked if I was available to photograph her one-year-old daughter’s birthday party. ‘Sure, what do you have planned?,’ I asked, expecting the usual birthday party photography requests. ‘A bevy of gay […]

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