Monthly Archives: November 2014

She said “Fine”!

She said yes! OK, technically she said “fine,” a private joke given that Tatiana says “fine” way too much, but you get the idea. We are going to go down the same crazy roller coaster as our clients, and we are already understanding this wedding business in different lights. Like sure, diamond rings are a […]

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Love is Work Made Visible (literally)

Lawrence built these letters himself with foam-core and Christmas lights, in addition to handcrafting exquisite wooden signs, tables, and hand-painting dozens of luminaries for the grounds of his De Seversky mansion wedding on Saturday. Speaking as a guy, Lawrence, you’re blowing the curve for the rest of us. — Camera: Nikon D810 Lens: Sigma 12-24mm […]

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Wedding at the Pleasantdale Chateau: Antoinette and Jonathan

Allow me to enter the Wayback Machine to when the weather was warm, flowers were blooming, and we were beginning to buckle down for our crazy season. If you can set your clock by one thing, it’s that when the weather is nice, full-time wedding photographers’ lives are crazy. Now that the cold winds blow, […]

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Midtown Loft and Terrace Wedding: Patrick and Lisa

How do you know a couple is really serious about this whole “together forever” thing? Three words: wedding ring tattoos. If nothing else about Lisa and Patrick’s wedding was extraordinary, it would still have been one of my favorite quick stops in 450 or so weddings. Their gorgeous style presented an incredible juxtaposition against the […]

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