The Inn at New Hyde Park, a long Island weddingRead More
The tavern at Diamond Mills in Saugerties is a stunning backdrop for a modest sized weddingRead More
I fell hard for the Foundry. From the rooftop view of the 59th street Bridge, to the ivy covered brick walls and the balcony view of the dance floor.
Madeline and Steve were incredibly kind and thoughtful- and completely easy. They were there to have a blast and that they did. The Bridesmaids and Groomsmen were a terrific, fun group…and I had a fantastic time with all of them.
Brides Gown- Waters
Day of planner - Dream Makers( highly recommend Raquel, she is awesome)
Beautiful Albums display and preserve your images for many generations.We offer fine leather, beautiful silk, acrylic “crystal”cover and fabrics that are as long lasting as they are lovely.Read More
Liberty state park in Jersey City overlooks the downtown Manhattan skyline. It is a gorgeous place, the Statue of Liberty stands tall to the far right , while the Empire State building looks small next to the new Freedom Tower.
Chris and Irma and I had planned a spring engagement shoot. Our winter sessions were delayed and we were hoping for daffodils and a warm breeze.
What we received from dear Mother Nature was a bitter cold and extremely windy afternoon. The wind was blowing off the Hudson River and was bone chilling. Never the less, Irma was a willing and lovely lady-freezing, hair blown and still sweet and beautiful. And Chris a handsome, light hearted model. The 911 memorial provided some relief from the wind, but we just had to have that skyine.
I love the wind blown images. they are as warm as the day was cold.