"I'll never claim to be the best, but I'll always try to make it look different"
Set at their old college in Manhattan NY, this amazing couple wanted to go back to FIT where they first met. The transition in the photo shows how their paths came together as one.
Set in one of the most romantic places in all of New York, this amazing couple decided to take some elegant photos in Central Park. We freeze time through a point of view that makes us look at an image so we can feel like we are the ones in a picture.
It's not often we get the actual view of the bride and groom. The father of the bride had made a touching speech to his daughter and new son in law. The moment had to be frozen in time some how. The point of view can be so touching as it out you back into that moment. As wedding photographers we have the opportunity to let people re-live some of the most magical times of their lives.
Most wedding portraits show how beautiful the day is. We want to show how romantic and intimate the night can be. When the sun goes down there endless more opportunities to light the night.
Sometimes it's not about the picture of the bride or the dress separately, rather the act of what it's truly there for. We captured one of the most special times for a bride in that of the moment she slips into her dress on her wedding day. Freeze the moment and it lasts forever.
Set on the beautiful cliffs in Montauk LI, this amazing couple said their I Do's where it all started for them. The views here were so breath taking it looked like something out of a movie. It makes you realize that if you can take a beautiful couple, a beautiful landscape and an unforgettable day, you create a forever lasting moment for everyone to have.
The bride and groom had said they were tired of the traditional bridal party wedding photo and that they had wanted something epic. The sun was setting at just the right time and the tree that had been placed on that little hill could t have been more perfect. We put them in place and Wham, Epic Photo lol
The rich architecture of this old cathedral style church set in New Jersey was something straight out of a fairytale wedding.
After every one had entered the church, the bride had one final moment with her dad right before she walked down the aisle. What better way to say thank you and goodbye to dad as his little girl.
When I captured such an elegant wedding dress I knew I had to freeze this time. Galia Lahav makes some of the most breathtaking items so this had to be perfect. Hung in an old cathedral style window at the Villa in south beach Miami formerly known as the Versace Mansion, this picturesque dress did all the talking. We decided to do something a little different and photograph it from behind to really get all the detail from the train and if nothing else just make it look different. When you do what you love you love what you do and inter to show all my clients that I not only love taking pictures but I have fun creating something they can cherish for the rest of their life.
When you are at the right place and at the right time pure magic happens in photography. As I caught a glimpse of the bride and groom arriving back to the luxurious Versace mansion in Miami, Fl from a third story window I knew I had to get out there. The car stopped in the middle of Ocean Ave and it was if time had just stopped. One quick click and I was able to freeze the moment at that time my client didn't even know what was happening. It's the ability to create a moment for people to have for the rest of their life that makes this job so amazing.