Judith & Irving had an incredible NYC wedding in the Summer full of beautiful details, nods to their Chinese heritage and also to their hometown of #Queens, NYC (represent!) They had their ceremony and reception at the Queens Museum; a sleek, modern space chock full of artwork and history of queens. Guests were even able to enjoy a walk through a vast panorama that features the the entire New York City! It was such a jam packed day, but the company and the energy made it a remarkable and memorable wedding! Here are some of my favorites from the day!Read More
Jill and Justin are brooklynites, marathon runners, and knicks fans. They chose to have their wedding at 501 union because it was a gorgeous space that was able to highlight their neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY! And what an amazing highlight it WAS! Both their families came from all over to support and witness such a beautiful and heartfelt union between these two and I was luckily able to be a part of it all! I truly love being a new york city wedding photographer! Here are just a few of my favorite shots from the day!
Ariana and Tim had recently decided to both move to London. But before doing so, they wanted to get married! They wanted something low-key and intimate, so they decided to have their ceremony at the New York City Hall, and then a small shindig at Ariana's parent's beach house in Long Island. We took photos along the streets of New York- and also at the newly opened Fulton Square Subway Station!! It was gorgeous and fun in every way. Not only is the couple super gorgeous, but the way the Izzo's dolled up their home for the clam bake just blew me away. I love how my couples always think of unique ways to celebrate their families and their unions with a New York City Wedding! Here are some of my favorite shots:
What a delight it was to photograph this wedding! Not only was Blue Hill At Stone Barns amazingly gorgeous, boasts some of the best cuisine in the world, had animals all over to touch and hug... but the bride also wielded a FULL vegetable-made bouquet (with a hint of baby pineapples!) !! It was a warm day in July, but the ceremony was beautiful and we got to visit so many spots on the farm- including the green house, the chicken coop (where we got to hold and hug chickens!!) and hang with the sheep in the field! It was an awesome day and we ended it with an afterparty at Birds and Bubbles on the Lower East side for some more delicious grub.