I recently made fall family portraits in New Milford, Connecticut with the Lunnie Family.
Like many of my other clients this year, Erica and Michael’s original wedding plans needed to change in order to comply with COVID-19 regulations.
I’m constantly amazed at how my clients have pivoted this year. Brianne and Michael handled transitioning from a large wedding to a micro-wedding with such grace.
A few weeks ago, I made family portraits with Amanda, John, and their daughter Claire who are dear friends of the Lunnie’s – clients I have been making family portraits with for years.
Shauna & Jake were married at The Ridgewood Country Club. The plan was to have a large, festive celebration. When the pandemic began to unfold and COVID-19 began to impact everything, we kept in close touch so I could be a sounding board for the couple and help offer my expertise and a listening ear.
I sat down for an interview with a client knowing that her particular story could perhaps provide some comfort and inspiration for other couples who may be planning their weddings right now.
Whitney Browne on my Creative Team photographed their wedding day at the William Vale hotel in Williamsburg, a venue with fabulous 360 views of New York City.
Lauren and Jason had a micro-wedding in Tarrytown, NY at Tappan Hill Mansion, an Abigail Kirsch exclusive venue.
A lot of people ask me, “Why do you love photographing weddings?” For me, photographing weddings comes from my love of people.