Terrace on the Park pretty much has it all: a history dating back to the 1964 World’s Fair, majestic interior decoration, and a professional staff that can’t be beat. Best of all, you never need to leave the premises to take some great portraits. In today’s post, I’ll be sharing my top Terrace on the […]
The cake smash party has become a rite of passage for every one-year-old child it now seems. Personally, I love this new tradition as it encourages children to get outside of the ‘sit-still-and-smile-for-the-camera’ family photo template. But how do you get the most memorable images? In today’s blog post, I’ll share some of my best […]
What it is NOW like to get married at NYC City Hall The rules for getting hitched down at City Hall have changed drastically post-Covid. After we went through the Zoom nuptial era, the Office of the City Clerk is finally accepting couples for in-house elopements. But it is not the same place, and there […]
Are you looking for cherry blossoms for your engagement shoot, but don’t want to deal with the Brooklyn Botanical Garden crowds? Well look no farther than Roosevelt Island for the best views of both the blossoms and the Manhattan skyline. In this week’s blog post, I have all the details of Camille and Mubin’s Roosevelt […]
Have you heard the latest? The South Garden of the Central Park Conservatory Garden is finally open and ready for weddings. After being under construction for most of the fall and winter, the garden looks refreshed and renewed. In honor of the garden’s grand reopening, I have for you Grace and Scott’s Conservatory Garden wedding […]
Flushing is a very busy neighborhood in Queens. But fear not, you never have to venture out into the chaos for good photos at a Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel wedding. Instead, you have everything you need for great images within the doors of the hotel. In today’s blog post, I’ll be sharing with you photos […]
In this week’s blog post, I have a thoroughly entertaining Briarcliff Manor wedding to share with you. The wedding includes two separate ceremonies, an expertly choreographed first dance, and even a surprise serenade. So, get your popcorn ready and let’s walk down the aisle (twice!) with Carly and Declan.
There are lots of locations within Central Park to ask your beloved to marry you. As a photographer, where would I suggest you go? Well look no further than Gapstow Bridge, located at the very southern edge of the park beside the Central Park Pond. In today’s blog post, I will be sharing all the […]
Donna and Alexis did not have the best luck planning their Fort Tryon Park wedding. They originally scheduled their wedding for December 18th of last year. Covid had other plans, however. After rescheduling THREE times due to various family members catching Covid on each subsequent date, we finally settled on a new wedding date of […]
It’s my first Manhattan family portrait session of the year, and I’ve got all the details in this week’s blog post. From the planning to the resulting images of adorable little ones, I’ve taken notes so that your family photo shoot can be just as successful.