We live in a digital age, so investing in a wedding album is an expense people are looking at more closely. Call me old school, but I still believe the best way to give a couple their wedding photos is by making a wedding album. It’s something people don’t plan for as much because everything is digital now, but it still makes a lasting impact when done beautifully and with personalization.
Chelsea & Charlie were married at 26 Bridge in the neighborhood of DUMBO, in Brooklyn, New York. It was my first time photographing a wedding in that area, and it was fun to walk around and capture cool, iconic New York City landmarks for photos!
I love weddings in the Berkshires. Berkshire County, Massachusetts is in beautiful Western MA and has become a well-known choice for a destination wedding. I like to think I was ahead of the curve – Nel and I were married at Seven Hills Inn ten years ago. =) After photographing couples getting married in the Berkshires for several years, I just keep adding to the list of reasons why you should have a Berkshire wedding.
Lindsey and Sam were married at The Farm on Adderley, a gorgeous venue located in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn. I know Lindsey, because she is a dancer – and I’ve photographed her many times with Pam Tanowitz Dance. I love dance couples!
This fall, I photographed Veronica and Joe’s Mohonk Mountain House wedding in New Paltz, NY. I have dreamed about photographing a wedding there. It’s such a gorgeous place—a majestic Victorian castle surrounded by acres of forest, overlooking a lake high up in the mountains.
Rachel and Jonathan were married at The Mount in September. They were a really stylish, classy couple and a perfect fit for a Berkshire wedding!
Grace and I know each other professionally, because we have worked many weddings together at The Mount, where she used to run the weddings. She is also a floral designer and designed her wedding flowers.
Sam & Brian were married at The Lakehouse Inn. We were able to make couple portraits by the sunset on the lake. I love Berkshire weddings!
This was my second time photographing a Queens Museum wedding. The architecture is great! It was also my second time working with Vision Event Co.
I’m always nostalgic around Thanksgiving because it reminds me of one of the most exciting moments in my career as a wedding photographer: photographing a wedding in Africa!