Photographing effortlessly editorial wedding stories around the globe
Your story deserves to be documented authentically with every nuance and detail.
Serving New York City, Washington DC, Miami, and Any Worldwide Location.
I am based in Manhattan, New York City. My New York City studio is set to open soon.
With more than 13 years as a wedding photographer, I have documented more than two hundred weddings around the world.
Throughout my career, I have attained years of experience in destination wedding photography, and I have traveled throughout the United States, as well as overseas, shooting small weddings, elopements, and traditional destination weddings.
Due to my weekly travel between NYC, Miami, and Washington DC, I have become accustomed to working on destination weddings around the world: Santorini, New York City, Portofino Italy, Puerto Rico, Cancun Mexico, The Bahamas, Portofino, Italy, and the Florida Keys have been my latest destinations.
I've photographed hundreds of weddings at the most popular venues. Some of my favorites are Vizcaya Museum & Gardens in Miami, Splendido Mare Belmond Hotel, Portofino, Italy & Larz Anderson House in Washington DC.
A vision of mine as a wedding journalist is to capture seamless and picturesque editorial moments of my client’s love stories. Photographing every aspect of the day is essential since it encapsulates the memory of the event authentically, even small moments between family and friends. You can be assured that I will ensure each image is a memorable memento of your wedding day.
A wedding day often requires using more than one photography approach, as distinct styles can be blended in one image. Styles for describing different specialties abound, but this is my approach and style with 3 wedding photography styles:
Editorial Elegant Modern Style
Timeless Documentary Style
Fine Art Style
I oversee creating an elegant and posed image without it looking staged as an editorial wedding photographer.
Using my modeling techniques, I'll show you how to stand and pose exactly right so the image looks perfect. Despite the fact that every image is laid out perfectly, the poses still appear natural and effortless.
A magazine-like quality is achieved through lighting and composition, creating editorial-style wedding photography. Posing is blended with documentary details. This is the foundation of fashion and magazine-style images.
The goal is to convey the emotions of the people and details of the wedding as well.
In my work as a documentary-style wedding photographer, I aim to capture candid and raw emotions in an elegant, classic style.
With my clients, I prioritize fun and relaxed experiences, documenting authentic moments as they unfold with my guidance and direction, while still creating a natural tone.
By capturing the feeling of the moment, documentary-style photography highlights the most important parts of a wedding. It is more of a form of storytelling and authentically documenting the wedding. Our aim is to lay out the complete story through the images. Moments that show a special bond between the bride and her father or flower girl's funny outburst. The overall memories of the event are shaped by every little detail.
In my role as a Fine Art wedding photographer, I am dedicated to creating a glamorous and aesthetic view of a wedding. My goal is to create a set of cohesive images of the wedding day that are timeless and classic. Through captivating, art-like pieces, I tell a clear story through my images. They are not only documentation of the wedding day, but artistic compositions as well. Each image is meant to be viewed as an art piece while still being a part of your wedding story.
No wedding detail is overlooked, whether it is the dress, veil, shoes, bouquet, invitations, jewelry, or rings.
Since wedding themes and color palettes are carefully constructed, wedding photos must properly reflect them. Though it is easy to overlook these details, they are essential.
Each image will be natural and flattering whilst maintaining a candid expression. Fine art wedding photography elevates a simple photo into a crafted art piece.
Even though the most stunning pictures seem effortless, they take time to create. Making a timeline and organizing your photos is therefore essential.
We will create a photography timeline comprising all the major events of the day. The timeline is outlined and discussed together weeks in advance, so we know exactly what to expect.
As part of our in-person venue walkthrough experience, I'll use my expertise to locate the best lighting spots and adjust the timeline so that we'll have plenty of time to and from the wedding venue so that you won't feel rushed or concerned about missing important shots.