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Justine & Dawn traveled from London to get married in NYC. They (eventually) had a lovely ceremony at the Marriage Bureau. When we arrived, everything was moving along swimmingly, and then we got to the chapel and found out there was a computer glitch in the system and they couldn't print out any more marriage certificates. We had to wait in the chapel until they got it fixed, which ended up being about 40 minutes. So my challenge was, how many different poses and locations can I come up with in this one small room to fill 40 minutes. So there are a lot of variations of posing on the couch, by the window, by the door, with reflections, against a plain wall. Shot from below, eye level and above. We even considered swinging from the light fixture, but thought better of it. Just as I was running out of ideas, the clerk arrived with the paperwork! Then it was off to Central Park for couples shots.
Portraits from this year's Asbury Park Zombie Walk.
Ileana and Jennay called at 4PM on Thursday to photograph their wedding at 11AM on Friday. This was the shortest notice I ever had for a wedding. Luckily I was free because they were awesome. Such a lovely couple!
Michael and Ty were married at the Old Stone House in Brooklyn. A lovely and historic location. It was a beautiful ceremony and a crowd that really likes to dance. Gotta love a bunch of people going wild on the dancefloor. Guests may click here to check out the shots and purchase prints.