Lauren + Patrick’s Engagement Session in NYC, Central Park

I can’t remember the last time it was such a beautiful day in the city! SO much fun taking Lauren and Patrick’s engagement photos all over Central Park – and particularly fitting because Patrick proposed to Lauren while having drinks at The Boathouse. I’m really looking forward to photographing their wedding this Fall at The Pleasantdale Chateau!!

Jodie + Brian’s Wedding at The Pierre Hotel, NYC, Featured in Inside Weddings Magazine

The Pierre Hotel in New York City is one of my favorite venues to photograph a wedding. It has beautiful New York City charm with amazing architectural details and a variety of locations throughout the hotel that are unique, not to mention the beautiful outdoor atmosphere of Central Park and the city lights which belong to this great city! And speaking of New York City charm – Jodie and Brian had the most beautiful, fun, poignant wedding celebration. It’s been nothing but joy for me to continue to work with Jodie’s family (see the lovely Robyn and Andy). Floral decor by Crest Florist, wedding cake by Sylvia Weinstock, Jodie’s gown by Monique Lhuillier, and videography by my friend Glenn Elliott.  All of my best wishes to Jodie & Brian!                    

Ashley + Dan’s Wedding at Natirar

  There have been so many wonderful, amazing moments that I have witnessed and photographed with Ashley and Dan, one of the most genuine and joyful couples I’ve ever met! It’s been a true pleasure to work with both Ashley and Dan’s families – their love for one another is undeniable, and I’ve enjoyed every second! I’ve also had the immense pleasure of working with incomporable talents, including the entire Natirar staff, Abigail Kirsch Catering, David Beahm, Glen Elliott Video, Christine Paul, Cherese Rambaldi (The Honour of Your Presence), Carla Fabrizi Cosmetics, Angela Fisher Hair Stylist, and thanks to my regular assistant, Carly Jara, and Kenny Pang for working with me. Oh, and some of you may notice that while Max had no problem wearing his wedding bow tie, Molly would have nothing to do with her veil.