Emily and George had a fantastic nontraditional wedding in Brooklyn. Their ceremony was held at Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral, one of the most gorgeous churches I’ve seen outside of Europe. Here’s one shot from their wedding:
I love living in New York City so, SO much. I’ve been fortunate enough to call it home for 4.5 years now and I’m still not over it. That’s a sign that you’re exactly where you’re supposed to be, right? :)
The best thing about springtime in NYC is that it’s a prelude to summer. And hear you me – there is NOTHING that tops an NYC summer. I took my new camera out for a spin whenever the weather was favorable; and now I present you with flowers, rooftop views, and other NY springtime goodness:
Robyn & Steve: high school sweethearts, world travelers, and all-around adventurers. From the day I met them, I knew we were meant to be. I didn’t know it, but they would change my life.
You see, they are rock climbers. Rock climbing was always one of those things that I thought was super cool and would be fun to try someday. Well, Robyn and Steve made “someday” happen for me. Steve was an instructor at the local climbing gym and showed me the ropes (literally!), and I’ve been climbing religiously 2-3 times a week for the past 6 months. But they didn’t just get me hooked on a fun new hobby – they helped me reconnect with friends and start new friendships via the local climbing community. My life is better, and I am happier, because of something one of my couples did for me. I’m so grateful.
Robyn and Steve got married on the waterfront by the Brooklyn Bridge, then partied at reBar with friends, family, and a Beatles cover band. I was there to document it all and celebrate these two amazing folks.
I spent Memorial Day Weekend up in Rhinebeck, NY this year. Gilmara and Ofoe got married at The Rhinecliff, and I got to document their fantastic wedding day on the Hudson. Beautiful scenery and killer dancing? This wedding photographer can’t ask for much more than that! :D
Here are a few of my favorite shots from the day – believe me, many many more are coming soon!
There is quite literally only one thing I’d rather be doing on Cinco de Mayo than indulging in margaritas: shooting a wedding. I had so much fun documenting Jill and Tom’s wedding day on Long Island. We were treated to some gorgeous fog during the ceremony, and then from there it was nonstop dancing til the end of the reception. My absolute FAVORITE thing to shoot at weddings is a lively dancefloor; Jill & Tom and their guests did not disappoint!
Portrait Venue: Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River, NY
Ceremony/Reception Venue: Mansion at Timber Point, Great River, NY
Cake: Black Forest Bakery
Bride’s Shoes: Kate Spade
Groom’s Shoes: Converse
Videographer: McKenzie Miller Films
Florist: Flowers by Burton
Hair Stylist: Nicole D’Angio
DJ: DJ A Game