Paul Taylor Dance Company returned to Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival 2017 after many, many performances here since their Pillow debut in 1964. This year, four dancers from the company worked with me to make beautiful portraits.
Christopher Duggan Photography shares Kirsten & Brett’s Backyard Wedding photos at their home in Old Tappan, New Jersey from June 2017.
I’m excited to share more tap images from Jacob’s Pillow – this time switching focus from the performing artists onstage to the students at The School at Jacob’s Pillow’s tap program. The tap program was led by Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards and Michelle Dorrance.
Christopher Duggan Photography shares Melissa & Mike’s Berkshire Barn Wedding Photos from June 2017. Gedney Farm is in New Marlborough, Massachusetts.
TIRELESS: A Tap Dance Experience brought incredibly talented and passionate tap dancers from around the globe to Jacob’s Pillow. Michelle Dorrance of Dorrance Dance curated and initiated this program at the Pillow in collaboration with Director Pamela Tatge. Dorrance invited Reona and Takashi Seo of Japan, Jumaane Taylor and M.A.D.D. Rhythms of Chicago, Joe Orrach of San Francisco, and Joseph and Josette Wiggan of Los Angeles to the show to share their magic.
It’s finally here!! The 85th season of Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival is off to a wonderful start. I had the pleasure of photographing the world-renowned Pilobolus to open the Festival’s 85th season. The Pillow commissioned Pilobolus to create a piece specifically for the Inside/Out stage for the first official night of the festival.
Martina & Jonathan were married at Aurora in Williamsburg. It was a simpler, more relaxed and intimate Brooklyn wedding. That’s something that is so unique about getting married in New York – there are huge, grand, architecturally extravagant venues for 400 people guest lists and there are also beautiful, cozy spaces for smaller weddings. It’s only a matter of finding the right fit for what you want your wedding to be.
Every time I visit a friend or client, the first thing I notice are the photographs they choose to display in their home. The wedding photos that I most often see hanging on a wall or framed on a shelf are beautiful group shots of the entire family together. It brings me joy to see these wedding photos on display, and it serves as a constant reminder that these are truly valued moments in everyone’s lives.
Tamara & Marko were married at Tappan Hill Mansion, one of Abigail Kirsch’s exclusive venues. The couple welcomed me into their special day with open arms. I felt especially connected to them from our fall engagement shoot at Brooklyn Bridge Park, where I first met them and felt their excitement and love for one another.