"Preserving your day is my commitment and my joy."
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I’m a photographer based in Manhattan, NYC and Westport, CT who documents love stories, portraits and editorials in a candid and stylish way. From earning an MA in art history at NYU, to studying modern choreography at Alvin Ailey, to refining my compositional eye as a researcher at Sotheby's, I have always been drawn to art in all its mediums. With this profound understanding of human expression and three dimensional form, I naturally gravitated toward photography. I explored all its techniques and genres and ultimately fell in love with wedding photography.
Preserving moments that often go unseen during a wedding, yet which carry so much emotional value, brings me joy. I want you to see how your mom teared up while watching you walk down the aisle, how proudly your dad hugged your future husband just before the ceremony, how grandma laughed and danced all night long, and so much more. From precious family portraits to special in-between moments—I’ll save it all for you!
You deserve more than a standard set of photos for your wedding. I know how much you’ve been dreaming about this day, how long you’ve been planning all the details, and I’m here to help you preserve all the memories in an honest, meaningful and elegant way. Together we’ll work out a plan, prioritize what’s important to you and review your wedding vision. Your wedding represents much more than just a day: it's an intricate love story that has developed over time, and all those who played a role in your life will be there. From expressive family formals, to romantic newlywed portraits and visionary decor details, I will bring my passion, creativity and non-stop enthusiasm to document it all. Whether you’re planning an outdoor wedding at your family’s estate, organizing a week long celebration overseas, or eloping to Paris, I promise to capture your unforgettable experience. You will gain photos that your family will share and cherish over generations. By booking a limited number of weddings, I give each couple and their families the care they deserve— I’m not just another wedding team member, but a trusted confidante. Preserving your day is my commitment and my joy.
My photography style is a fine blend between photojournalistic honesty and artistic sophistication. I’ve been documenting weddings since 2007, from quiet, intimate events lit by one candle, to exquisitely luxurious wedding ceremonies at top New York venues, to island destinations in rainstorms with pre-tornado winds. I can handle whatever is thrown my way, which means you can sit back, relax and enjoy every minute of your big day, knowing that your story will be preserved.
I see our time together as an opportunity to create art, to produce something extraordinary and tailored to your aesthetic cues and individuality. Even after 12 years of documenting weddings, I still catch myself falling in love with all the family moments, the emotions and tenderness that exists between two people in love. Keeping an open heart and mind allows me to create images that are more profound, intimate and dear to my clients.
Don’t be concerned if you’re shy or feel awkward in front of a camera—most people do. I have a full arsenal of techniques to help you feel comfortable and bring out your flattering angles and lovely personalities. I’ve worked with hundreds of couples throughout the last 12 years, so trust me, I know exactly what to do.
Your wedding photos are an artistic expression of your family’s first heirloom, so they need to be preserved with due care, respect and understated elegance. Can you imagine how overwhelmed you’ll feel while watching your children page through your wedding album, elated by the realization that they grew out of so much love and warmth? And how your granddaughter’s heart will flutter when she sees the way her grandfather looked into your eyes during your first dance? Legacy is important, and I’m here to help you eternalize it with a refined filter, capturing the emotion and light of each moment.