Loves: Living in Brooklyn, Park Slope Food Coop, Richard Pryor, Illmatic, live music, dance parties, museum crawls, collecting coffee table books, custom design, brick oven pizza and natural light.
Dislikes: Phones at weddings, eggplant, photos that lack emotion or story, zucchini, hidden fees and poor planning.
I'm here to capture what matters most.
The gritty, glamorous, motion and emotion that make love stories remarkable.
Since this work is about feeling, I love getting to the heart of what photography and storytelling means for you. For example, imagine looking back on your wedding photographs ten years from now, what do you want to remember most? What would bring tears of joy to your eyes?
The answer may not arrive right away but focusing on this question offers a lot of clarity and guidance as you envision your celebration. Working with a limited number of couples each year allows me to deepen this approach and focus on designing a custom photography collection just for you.
All of this to fulfill a single promise: To tell your story, like no other.
Featured work and articles about my approach can be seen in Town & Country, Forbes, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal bestseller Making Ideas Happen by Scott Belsky.
My work is possible through my mother and grandmother. To learn more about that, see here.