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 […]
It was such a pleasure to photograph Helen and Grant yesterday down at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau! They came all the way over from England to tie the knot, and their City Hall wedding photos prove that it was worth the commute. Check out the images and get some details on their nuptials in today’s […]
I am so pleased to introduce you all to Jace and Michael — whose NYC LGBTQ City Hall wedding I recently photographed. This transgender couple met in 1997 while on a bus to school when Jace was Jennifer. I’ve got all the details of this couple’s creative, DIY wedding in today’s blog post!
Well, this is a first: I served as a witness at a City Hall wedding! It was a fun day photographing Karen and Ted as they said ‘I do’ downtown, though the day started with bigger wedding plans. But fear not, all’s well that ends with photos on the Brooklyn Bridge, as I always say. […]
The whole family came together to celebrate the recent wedding of Chris and Lisa at City Hall. The wait wasn’t too long, and the couple said their ‘I do’s’ surrounded by love. As the photos indicate, this is a fun couple who loves to laugh. Most importantly, they were ready to get on to the […]
I just photographed the NYC City Hall wedding Liz and Jim — a great couple who, like most New Yorkers, met and fell in love online. Their reception was held at the Capital Grille, located in the Chrysler Building. This is a very old school place, with waiters who have made a career out of […]
I recently had the great honor of photographing the wedding of Seda and Omer at their Manhattan Marriage Bureau wedding. They are a lovely couple who were joined by Omer’s sister (and wedding witness!), Layla, as they patiently waited for their number to be called. The whole process took approximately one hour on a Friday […]