Father lifting baby in the air during a Marcus Garvey Park family portrait session
Bride and groom holding hands in Fort Tryon Park
Mom and son hugging in front of colorful mural during a Gowanus family portrait session
Mother holding newborn baby over shoulder for an article on how to prepare for a newborn portrait session
Social distancing sign in front of Green-Wood Cemetery entrance

A Great Neck Family Portrait Session

Two fathers watching little boy in swing during a Great Neck family portrait session

Want to know my trick for getting great family photos? It’s all about having a plan that includes backup, after backup, after backup, of activities. In today’s blog post, I will share with you photos from a recent Great Neck family portrait session and let you in on a little behind the scenes magic.

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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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A Surprise Proposal on Central Park Lake

Three girls watching man propose to woman in boat at a surprise proposal on Central Park Lake

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 […]

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Maternity Photo Shoot Ideas

African American couple standing in Forest Park for an article on maternity photo shoot ideas

A classic maternity portrait focuses on the momma-to-be and her expanding waistline — but how much belly cupping can you do in one photo shoot?  If you are expecting creative photos, I have a full list of maternity photo shoot ideas in today’s blog post that will really deliver.

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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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Newborn Portrait Tips

Spring is here, and photos of a cute baby are just what the world needs now. If you would like to capture memories of your little one, here are a few newborn portrait tips for you.

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Kerry and Patrick’s Water Club Wedding

Bride and groom toasting champagne glasses at a Water Club wedding

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, everyone! With all that’s been going on in the world, it seems like a distraction is very much needed. As such, I am pleased to share with you all the details of Kerry and Patrick’s Water Club wedding. Not only was this one of the most fun weddings I photographed this […]

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How to Modernize Your Wedding

Bride and groom looking at each other for an article on how to modernize your wedding

I’m a true believer that your wedding should be completely reflective of you and your love story. The days of having to bow down to tradition and cut a cake in front of guests just because your mother-in-law says you have to are over. In today’s blog post I have some tips for how to […]

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