yijun + xiaomo

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.

 

 



sneak peek

Check back tomorrow to see more of the adorable bride (who wore these fabulous shoes!) & her groom and their City Hall wedding celebration!

 



mary gwen + scott

Mary Gwen & Scott wanted to have some photos taken at a few of their favorite spots in NYC before they moved down south, so we spent the afternoon doing just that. The weather was beautiful and I’m so happy we had a chance to document these memories. You can view the entire shoot here.

 



square

A few shots at dusk in Central Park from the first roll taken on my Rollei. I’ve been wanting to add square format to my shooting for a while now. Really loving the results I’m getting with this camera. Beautiful bokeh!

 

 



farmers market

A lazy sunday morning and a trip to the farmers market yielded this delicious bounty. I used the blackberries to make one of my favorite desserts… blackberry cobbler. Photos of that to come soon.

 



keep off jetty



christine + jake

Christine & Jake share a love of theme parks, so they chose Coney Island as the backdrop for their engagement shoot. These two were up for anything and we even got to take a spin in the Wonder Wheel! Another beautiful summer day in NYC!

 



nyc holga

Taken with the Holga on the bulb setting using color transparency film that was cross-processed. Sometimes the city can be so peaceful and other times you can feel the vibrations.

 



coney island



nyc: a series

This is the beginning of a series of images of NYC that I hope to continue for a long time. All images shot on Ilford 3200 (rated at 1600) at f16. Though unintentional, I like the timeless feel that seems to run through each one.