Photos that Reflect You
I got married at city hall in downtown Manhattan, a place that embodies all the different things that marriage means to different people. It’s loud and busy and filled with laughter - a sort of joyful DMV. There’s no *right* way to get married, and thank goodness for that. You can get married in a big dress with hundreds of people, or on a lunch break from your job working construction (as witnessed on my own wedding day). Either way is worthy of celebration.
This is what makes wedding photography meaningful to me - every wedding and every couple is unique, and I aim to capture something that really reflects you, your relationship, and what brings you joy. I want you to recognize yourself in these pictures like they are old snapshots. I want you to feel seen.
I find my heart opening when I shoot weddings - I want so much to give something that will be meaningful years later - a souvenir, an artifact of this moment in time. Photography is a powerful way to highlight the things that really matter.
I’m the kind of photographer who will be getting misty-eyed behind the camera during your dad’s toast, and singing along as I snap shots on the dance floor. I aim to be friendly, warm, and reliable presence, there to help you feel comfortable and at ease on your big day.
Socially Distanced Weddings
These are strange times, but I'm always amazed at people's resilience and creativity. There might be more logistics and designer masks, but there's still a lot to celebrate. I am ready and willing to jump in to whatever you have planned.