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Friday, November 15, 2013 Posted in Engagement Shoots
Tuesday, November 5, 2013 Posted in Engagement Shoots
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Posted in Awards & Featured Work
I’m super excited that Allison and Michael’s beautiful Gotham Hall Wedding is today’s featured wedding on Sophisticated Weddings NY!
Their amazing New York City wedding was at Gotham Hall, which feels like a grand stage amidst Corinthian columns under a Roman dome. The were many carefully considered details in constructing a theatrical backdrop of a castle and forest, the theme for which drew on Allison’s childhood love of fairy tales.
Reception: Gotham Hall
Band: Bobby Attiko from Hank Lane Bands
Transporation: Vintage Taxi from Film Cars, New York Trolley Company and Grayline New York Hop-on Hop-off Bus
Bride’s Dress: Rivini
Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Amsale
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Event Design: Ara Farnam with Rock Paper Scissors Events
Wedding Planner: Danielle Bobish with Curtain Up Events
Flowers: Jessie Weidinger with Rountree Flowers
Videographer: Tweed Videos
After-party Food: Wafels & Dinges and Eddie’s Pizza Truck
Photobooth: We Love Photobooths
After-party DJ: DJ Gatsby
Hair: Jennifer B Hair
Make-up: Daniel K Make-up
Linens: La Tavola Linens
Invitations / Save the Dates and Couple’s Logo: Rob Babik (family friend)
Candy Bar: Sprinkles Creations (Bride’s Mother)
Couples Shower / Welcome Notes: Paige Burton Designs (Etsy)
Many wedding photographers can create pretty images by photographing the bride, groom, families and guests. Not every wedding photographer, however, can create images that really take the couple back to the feeling of their wedding day whenever they look at them. Whether it is the image of a delightful flower girl dumping all her petals in one spot or a Father’s hand subtly draped across his daughter’s shoulder, the essence of wedding photojournalism is to preserve those fleeting moments. Everyone knows how a song can instantly transport a person to where they first heard it and how they felt. That is the feeling I want to give my couples, whether it is a week after or twenty years later. I want to capture the notes.
So here are some of my favorite moments from the weddings I’ve had the pleasure of photographing:
Friday, July 5, 2013 Posted in Awards & Featured Work
I am super excited that Modern Luxury Brides California published a full spread of my work in their fall/winter 2013 issue. They showcased Suzanne & James’ amazing Calistoga, Napa Valley, California outdoor wedding.
AV: Got Light
Furniture: Classic Party Rentals, Wine Country Rentals, Found Vintage
Wedding Planning: Yifat Oren & Associates
Invitations: East Six
Dress: Vera Wang
Videography: Hart Pictures
Music: Bobby Yang and his Unrivaled Players, Synchronicity String Quartet
Catering: Knickerbockers Catering
Flowers: Floral Theory
Hair: Liz Fanlo
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 Posted in Engagement Shoots
Friday, March 22, 2013 Posted in Awards & Featured Work
I am very happy that one of my photos won an award in the Wedding Photojournalist Association 2012 Q4 Contest! Thousands of wedding photographers from all over the world submit their photos to this contest, so it is a huge honor to get recognition for my work!
About the WPJA:
Since 2002 the WPJA has been the number one trusted source for the best wedding photojournalists in the world. Recognized for excellence by leading wedding publications including BRIDES magazine, the WPJA is an international network of vigorously vetted professional photographers whose work is regularly judged by award-winning photojournalists (including many Pulitzer Prize-winners) and news photo editors. With ongoing curatorial vision the association identifies emerging talent, keeping our talent pool fresh and cutting edge. The WPJA is dedicated to upholding the highest standards in creative wedding photojournalism while promoting best business practices.
The photo is from Paris and Joseph’s wedding at the beautiful Pierre Hotel, one of my favorite venues in New York City.