Monthly Archives: December 2011

Guastavino’s wedding: Yelena and Ben

I’ve had a lot of challenges thrown in the way of my wedding coverage this year, from hurricanes to closed NYC tunnels to rescheduled weddings, but every once in a while, my couples aren’t just lucky in love, but on the day itself. Yelena and Ben’s wedding missed a giant freak snowstorm by a few […]

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Scenes from a Workshop

In late October, a gaggle of photographers descended upon midtown Manhattan to make mischief and bounce around all sorts of photographic techniques. It’s always a bit of a trick to recap a workshop without re-teaching it, and when so many of the images were created primarily to teach some sort of lesson, but here are […]

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New York Botanic Gardens Stone Mill Wedding: Anne and Griffin

Every time I do a wedding for Fordham alumni I’m reminded of why I’m proud to be one — sure, there’s a beautiful campus in the middle of NYC, including a gorgeous chapel Anne and Griffin were married in, but what I continue to love most are the people. Fun, driven, open, gregarious — the […]

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Featured in Adorama TV’s “How’d They Do That?”

Mark Wallace at Adorama TV interviewed me for his popular “How’d They Do That?” segment. Apparently he was flooded with questions about the “Brenizer method” and figured who better to explain it? I’ll never get used to seeing myself on video, but we had a great time. Thanks, Mark! BACK TO TOP | CONTACT ME

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