I first came across Jamie & Kevin’s work about 3 or 4 years ago through a meet up of UWS bloggers in NYC and was beyond flattered when they asked me to photograph their wedding day. It was a beautifully intimate celebration that felt so quintessentially New York- I would have expected nothing less from these two. Jamie described the day more eloquently than I ever could here and here. And enjoy a few of my favorite images from the day below…
A happy little lemon tree bearing fruit in the middle of January in NYC up at the Cloisters. Shot on the Rollei.
Here are some shots from a race my husband ran in Brooklyn a few weeks ago (he’s the one jumping from the top of the rope wall). It was one of those adventure races with obstacles throughout and was definitely entertaining to watch. Maybe I’ll participate next time… all shot on the Leica M6 with Fuji Neopan 400.
Thought this shoot would be a nice send off into the holiday weekend… Emily & John hung out with me in Dumbo a few weeks ago and we even ventured out onto the Brooklyn bridge despite the windy weather. These two were great to hang with and geek out on some photography stuff for a while (John has started shooting film too!).
Kaitlyn & Brian made the trek up to NYC on a perfect fall day for their engagement shoot around town (a few weeks later than we had originally planned because of the crazy snow storm at the end of October) and it was great being able to enjoy the day with them. Kaitlyn is the sister of this past groom and I must say, I am really excited to see the whole family again for their wedding next year. You can view the entire shoot here.
Sorry for the lapse in posting the past two weeks, but as soon as I got these scans back from the lab, I knew I had to share them. Dara and Trent are both creatives (she in fashion and he in photography) and it was such a joy to photograph them both near one of their favorite coffee shops downtown. I’ll let the photos tell the rest of the story…
Just a ferry ride away, we spent this overcast afternoon on Governors Island at Pig Island- an event for pork lovers. We ate to our hearts’ content, drank some good beer and enjoyed the island. Until next season Governors Island!
I have to apologize for the long post, but I felt like this wedding was so sweet that it needed to be seen from beginning to end. Yijun & Xiaomo let me spend the day with them from getting ready at the Greenwich Hotel, to their ceremony at City Hall and then around to some favorite spots in the city. It was such a beautiful celebration (we missed a huge rain storm by about five minutes!) and I want to wish them many happy years together!
You can view the entire shoot and order prints here.
Check back tomorrow to see more of the adorable bride (who wore these fabulous shoes!) & her groom and their City Hall wedding celebration!