I was back in the midwest this weekend for Kara and Jared’s wedding! (Reminder: I offer free travel to weddings in the Twin Cities!) These two had an awesome wedding at the Science Museum of Minnesota. It was a beautiful Saturday and the perfect day to for an outdoor ceremony on the terrace overlooking the Mississippi River. Before they exchanged vows we also got a chance to take photos and play in the cool exhibits in the museum which was great fun.
I have clients that come from around the globe to get married in NYC. However, Joanne and Andrew? They came all the way from Queens. It’s lovely to work with a few locals now and again and Joanne and Andrew were such a fun couple. They opted to exchange vows at the City Clerk’s office in Manhattan with their friends and family present last October. Afterwards, we headed over to Williamsburg for a photo session.
The day of their wedding it poured rain as I walked into City Hall. However, as we left, the clouds had parted and the sun decided to come out making for some lovely golden hour portraits. Joanne had been really excited about the Tom Fruin stained glass house that used to be installed on the Brooklyn Bridge Park waterfront. She did some sleuthing and discovered that it now resides at North Brooklyn Farms in Williamsburg! So to Williamsburg we went. The folks at North Brooklyn Farms were happy to have us for some photos with the house, and then we strolled through the neighborhood. Andrew is super into street art so Williamsburg was an excellent pick for a neighborhood backdrop as their is street art galore!
Joanne and Andrew, thanks so much for having me document your wedding! It was wonderful meeting you both! Congratulations!
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I can’t believe it’s almost August! This summer’s wedding season is flying by. I capped off July with another wonderful City Hall Elopement. Sam and David tied the knot this morning at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau surrounded by family and friends. Afterwards we went up to Washington Square Park and the Washington Mews for some fun portraits.
Congratulations Samantha and David! More photos on the way soon!
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Today was the perfect summer day for a wedding! Crystal and RJ took full advantage and had a wonderful elopement with just the two of them. They were wed in Wagner Cove, one of my favorite spots for a tiny private wedding in Central Park, and then had the whole day to celebrate. We wandered all through the park for photos and then headed to Grand Central as well for some iconic shots in the station. Crystal and RJ were so kind and gracious it was a pleasure working with them both!
Michelle and JP are getting married this fall. We met up today for their engagement session at the Museum of Natural History. I love shooting engagement sessions here, it’s always fun to hang out with the dinosaurs! Afterwards we headed across the street for a few portraits in Central Park as well.
Happy engagement guys! More photos on the way soon!