Our backdrop at the Metropolitan Museum of Art fit them perfectly. Sonya had volunteered there a couple years back and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City held a very dear spot in her heart. They were a really outgoing couple, willing to fight the herds of people at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to get beautiful shots. They were patient and a gorgeous couple and I’m so glad they picked me as their New York City wedding photographer! Later this year they'll be traveling to Michigan and India to celebrate with more festivities! It’s so great to capture New York City’s culture and beauty!
Angel and Wing, aka, Angel-Wings, decided to have their engagement session over my the Cloisters Museum on the Upper West side. The Cloisters is part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on the Upper East side of New York City. They also really wanted to include Max, Wing's dog, into the session, so we went to Fort Tryon Park after. I remember Max when he was a little puppy! Now he's all grown up, hyper as ever and seeing his best friend get married. It is too sweet! Truly love my job as a New York City Wedding Photographer!!
Here are some of the highlights from the shoot!
Sometimes photoshoots don't always go as planned. The date we chose was a LOT colder and windier than a normal April day, but it worked out so wonderful. We stayed on the upper east side of Manhattan and was able to get some beautiful shots behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art, at Central Park and on the street of New York City! Ketsia's dress worked so well with this windy day and was able to be such a inspiration for some of the shots!