Behold, my first wedding of 2013 – a mere 7 months after the fact! I assisted Nicki (of De Nueva Photography) at Brittany & Elijah’s wedding in January, just before I left for Asia. I really like winter weddings; they have a completely different feel to them, I think. Somehow, everything just feels more chill – and not just the weather!
B & E got married at Housingworks Bookstore Cafe in Manhattan, which on its own is one of NYC’s gems. It’s a great place to hang out and get some work done, or curl up in a nook with a new (used) book. I was curious about how they’d turn such a cozy space into a wedding venue – turns out that Housingworks weddings are FANTASTICally done. How cool would it be to exchange vows in front of a wall of books?!
I assisted my fellow travel-lovin’ friend Nicki (of De Nueva Photography) at Brittany & Elijah’s wedding just before I left for Asia earlier this year. They got married in the coolest of venues – Housingworks Bookstore Cafe in NYC! Such a fun wedding – don’t worry, you’ll see more from this wedding soon!
Last fall, I got to spend a day on the Jersey shore celebrating the wedding of two high school sweethearts, Nicole and Tyler. I remember early on in our email exchange when Nicole said “we are young… but when you know you know!”. I couldn’t help but believe it when I saw them together on their wedding day. I’ve never seen someone smile as much as Nicole did!
Their ceremony was right on the river by some docks at Salt Creek Grille, and we were gifted with some beautiful crisp autumn weather. It was a fantastic day in every sense, capped off with a few portraits in the foliage. Check out some of my favorite shots of the happiest couple I’ve ever had the pleasure to photograph!
Nicole and Tyler were married on a beautiful fall day at the Salt Creek Grille in New Jersey last year. The weather was crisp, cool, and sunny – the foliage was just starting to peak – in other words, it was pretty ideal for a wedding photographer! :)
More photos from their wedding day coming soon!
Tricia and Tom are practically my neighbors; they live in my old Brooklyn neighborhood, not too terribly far from where I live now. And their wedding last fall was just across the bridge in Queens, a mere 10 minute bike ride away from my apartment. Not that I biked to their wedding – that’d have been challenging with a suitcase full of camera gear! But still, I loved that they chose to get married in the area, right on the Long Island City waterfront with one of the best views of Manhattan you can get!