Monthly Archives: November 2015

Carys & Gillan | Central Park Elopement | Iconic NYC Shoot

Carys and Gillan chose a perfect spot to get married in Central Park, an intimate corner near the Lake, a few feet away from the Bow Bridge. It was a cute NYC elopement with some family members and friends. After the romantic ceremony and photos around the Park we took a cab with the couple […]

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Ramona & Kristian | Ladies Pavilion Wedding | New York City Art Deco

Ramona & Kristian eloped in NY from Norway. They carefully planned how they wanted their day to be; from the wedding location – the beautiful Ladies Pavilion in Central Park- to the vendors they considered more suited for their day. We were happy to be chosen to capture their day and guide them, as per their request, […]

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Erin & Greg | NY City Hall Wedding, Meatpacking District, The High Line

Erin and Greg contacted us to photograph their intimate NY City Hall wedding. They wanted to spend a stress free day in company of a few close friends and have a larger reception next year. What an excellent idea! Erin and Greg chose the Meatpacking District as a location for photos afterwards and thought it was a […]

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Natasha & Graham | Brooklyn Bridge and Dumbo elopement photos

Natasha and Graham eloped in NY City Hall and wanted a session afterwards in Brooklyn, somewhere you could see the Brooklyn Bridge in the photos, for this bridge is their favorite one. We suggested Dumbo, a thrilling neighborhood with amazing brick warehouses and gorgeous views of the Manhattan Skyline and its bridges. It was nice to […]

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Justine and John | New York City Hall Wedding | Session in the LES

This great couple eloped for an intimate and romantic New York City Hall wedding and hired us to photograph their ceremony at the marriage bureau and then take some cool portraits in their neighborhood, the Lower East Side, Downtown Manhattan. This is one of our favorite areas to shoot since it offers many amazing city backgrounds, historic tenement buildings […]

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