The sun may not have been cooperative on Saturday, but it didn’t matter at all to Jane and Matt at their Westbury Manor wedding. With a rockin’ dance floor that would rival any evening wedding, this afternoon wedding was a delight for guests (and photographers) alike. In today’s blog post I have all the details […]
Rachel & Ben’s Larchmont Shore Club Wedding
For New Yorkers used to city weddings, the Larchmont Shore Club is a breath of fresh sea air. Sitting on the shore of the Long Island Sound, the main clubhouse was built in 1906 as the private residence of Aimee Crocker, the youngest daughter of the founder of the Southern Pacific Railroad. The private club […]
Montauk Lighthouse Wedding Tips
The Montauk Lighthouse is an idyllic spot located at the very end of Long Island. I had the pleasure of photographing Angii and Paul’s wedding there in June. As a fitting tribute to the end of summer, please enjoy today’s blog full of tips for planning your own Montauk Lighthouse wedding.
How To Plan a Halloween Wedding
Boo! I’m sure you all are busy getting your costumes ready for tomorrow, so what better time than today to share a spooktacular, Halloween-themed wedding reception? Please meet Alyssa and Mohan, who share a love of Halloween and each other. They wanted to do something completely different for their wedding, and I can officially say…mission […]
Jessica & Dan’s Riviera Waterfront Mansion Wedding
Let’s next meet Jessica and Dan, whose wedding I recently shot at the Riviera in Massapequa, NY. This tatted up couple met the modern way…online. Despite their colorful appearance, Jessica and Dan are an old fashioned couple at heart, and are looking most forward to forming a new family together with Lydia, Dan’s daughter from a previous relationship.
Rupa & Ian’s East Wind Inn Wedding
The weather here in NYC is abysmal, and so I thought I would share the joyously colorful photos from Rupa and Ian’s East Wind Inn wedding. These two chose to have a traditional Indian wedding, complete with a Hindu fire ceremony, in order to celebrate and honor Rupa’s cultural roots. Enjoy the pics!