Loves: NYC, Richard Pryor, Illmatic, nerd stuff, cooking, live music, dance parties, museum crawls, coffee table books, custom design, reading biographies, brick oven pizza and natural light.
Dislikes: Phones at weddings, eggplant, great marketing for crappy products, zucchini, hidden fees and poor planning.
I'm here to capture what matters most. The gritty, glamorous, motion and emotion that make your story remarkable.
Whether you're celebrating in New York City or creating a local destination wedding, I work best with decisive clients. Straight talkers who hire creative people to be creative. Art lovers who don’t settle for good enough and trust me to tell your story, like no other.
As a third generation New Yorker and fourth generation photographer, I'm inspired by the cultures, communities and families that make this city like no other. I’m grateful to call Brooklyn my home and to serve a growing list of clients living or getting married in the area.
All of this is possible through my mother, aunt and grandmother. Because of them, I know the pricelessness of honesty, empathy, compassion, the arts, a good meal and great conversation. Through them I also inherited our families dearest worldly possessions: photographs dating back to the 1800's that tell our story and celebrate our journey across seven generations. This is the legacy of storytelling I offer you and your family.
Recent work and stories about my approach can be seen in Town & Country, Forbes, The New York Times and the bestseller Making Ideas Happen by Scott Belsky. In 2017, I was named one of the top cultural influencers in Brooklyn.
You can read the full interview here.