All the way from London to get married on the Brooklyn Bridge.
Wallace and Miccal at the marriage bureau with 26 of their closest friends.
A proposal and couples session in Brooklyn Bridge Park
Thanks to the Soho Grand for letting us shoot in the club room to avoid the rain outside.
Fabulous couple from Wales. Bad weather brought us to Grand Central for couple shots and the images are awesome!
An awesome, really fun couple from England. We had a great time taking photos after their elopement in Central Park.
A fun wedding at Chelsea Piers.
A gorgeous day and a gorgeous couple in Central Park.
A fabulous wedding at the Mandarin Oriental. Gorgeous location, great band, and wonderful couple.
Andrew & Zhang traveled all the way from Hong Kong to get married in NYC, and I had the pleasure of showing them around NYC and creating these photos for them.
Phil and Bart were married in Staten Island and had their reception at the Grand Oaks. It was a wild and crazy night on the dance floor!
A sweet Central Park Wedding
What a crazy fun wedding. Megan & Sylvain had one of their wedding at Night of Joy in Williamsburg. A small cool bar where everyone drank a lot and danced the night away.
Ben & Robert were my 100th same sex wedding and I couldn't have asked for a more wonderful couple.
A lovely wedding in Brooklyn Bridge Park
From the Marriage Bureau to Brooklyn Heights. Daisy and Cristian's wedding day.
Kiara & Griffin's lovely elopement in Central Park.
A Goth wedding at the Marriage Bureau. A fabulously stylish couple in all their goth finery.
Carolyn and Chris' fabulous wedding at the Boathouse in Prospect Park.
Aki and Yae's engagement session in Central Park.
Well, it took a while. Ceremony was at the Marriage Bureau on April 1st and couples shots were delayed due to thunderstorms. And then delayed again because of thunderstorms. And then delayed one more time due to rain. Finally got them done a month later, and what happened. It rained! But just a little. The photos are awesome too. Got to work in the Gowanus, which was interesting. So, all in all, a cool couple who seem to cause rainstorms whenever they pose.
Well, it was a cold and rainy wedding for April, but everything turned out beautifully in the end. Much love and joy with the guys and their guests. And the park was empty so many awesome photo opps.
Amanda, Joe and their lovely daughters Evie and Olive came in from Manchester, England to get married in Central Park and I was so thrilled to be their photographer. We traveled all about the city to get some fabulous photos.
Antonio & Jorge came to NYC from Madrid for these awesome couple shots.
A fabulous wedding in a fabulous location
Stephanie and JC came up from North Carolina to get married in Central Park, but the weather didn't cooperate, so we ended up doing fabulous photos at the Union League Club. A gorgeous Civil War Era gentleman's club. Since I'd never been there, it was a fun improvisational session.
Jamie & Josh were married at the Brooklyn Marriage Bureau. My first wedding there. Interesting space. Not as fancy as the Manhattan space, but it was a fun challenge finding sweet spots. Plus it didn't hurt that Jamie & Josh were so awesome.
Gennaro & Robert got married at the marriage bureau followed by a ride on Jane's Carousel as well as a walk around Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO.
Marcello & Saverio came all the way from Bologna Italy to get married here in NYC. Such a fabulous couple. We had a ball shooting around Brooklyn and joined them and their friends for a marvelous meal that night.
Jerry and Doug met up with me in Central Park for a couples shoot before heading to Picholine for a sweet intimate ceremony.
A fabulous wedding for a fabulous couple at the Eventi.
Justine & Dawn came from London for their wedding in the Marriage Bureau and couple shots in Central Park.
A fabulous wedding at the Liberty House in Jersey.
Then lovely Nathania and Ilana on their wedding day.
Two days from proposal to wedding.
Rod and Buck traveled from Australia to get married in Central Park and tour the city with me following with my camera.