I was going through Yolanda and Gboyega’s wedding photos today and this image stood out to me. I stopped and looked at it awhile. I love the timeless look of this couple and how Yolanda is giving the camera her attention and Gboyega is paying his to Yolanda, as he should be. I really enjoyed working with this couple at the Glen Island Harbour Club earlier this year. Congratulations to them on their wedding and thank you for choosing me as your photographer.
Amazing thing happened last night, my girlfriend Jordana and I were invited to a little gathering wishing farewell to our friends Khuong and Shannon who were moving out of NYC to the west coast. But were surprised when they stood up to thank us all for coming and announced unbeknownst to us, that we were actually there for their wedding. Then they went and got changed into wedding attire and we did a ceremony right there.. I happened to have my camera with me so shot a handful of images for them.. congrats kids!
From a recent winter wedding a quick Photo Of The Day. When its super freezing cold outside you gotta make some magic happen indoors, I think we did that here love how this turned out.. awesome couple Thank you Stephen and Diana for having me photograph your wedding!
Katherine looked stunning last night at her wedding.. this was taken directly after the ceremony at the Greek Orthadox Church of our Savior. I saw this little path behind the church and posed her there quickly before we were whisked away for an amazing night of dinner and dancing at the New York Botanical Garden. I can’t wait to go through all the photos but had to put this one up for a photo of the day.
Todays Photo of the Day is a recent film photograph from a wedding of mine in Central Park. I love being able to shoot some film at weddings, it really slows down the process for both me and the couple. When you’re shooting on film each shot counts (a roll of film is 12 photos which could take a half hour to shoot as compared to 12 digital photos which could take 12 seconds to shoot) So I want to really be spot on with my focus and carefully compose the photograph. I let the couple know we’re slowing the pace…. I think its nice for them considering the rush and flow of a wedding day. Jeff and Ashley hung out with me for a few minutes after we let the wedding party go back to cocktail hour at The Central Park Boathouse in NYC. This was taken with a Hasselblad which is a manual medium format camera. The sun was almost gone and I only had a few minutes left to catch this one… I thought it came out quite nice.