I was so excited to photograph this wedding. I love this couple, we hit it off right away and we had a blast during their engagement session. I also love Dumbo and reBar so needles to say I had been extra looking forward to this one. It rained a little in the morning but it cleared off right in time for their outside ceremony at pebble beach in the Brooklyn Bridge Park. After their amazing ceremony we headed towards reBar and took photos along the way.
Once at reBar it was dancing nonstop. It was a cocktail style wedding, no sit down dinner, so there was no excuse not to hit up the dance floor. reBar is kind of known for their food and they did not disappoint. They served brunch food, which they hadn’t done before, by the request of the couple. I sneaked a few bites in and it was delicious. Thanks for an awesome wedding Jess and Andrew.
I’m so excited to finally share this wedding. There is just so much emotion. Lots of happy tears and happy smiles. I think Grace might just take the price for smiliest bride I’ve ever photographed. Grace and Andrew got married in December at Centerton Country Club and the red bridesmaids dresses and her amazing red bouquet really reflected that holiday spirit. I have photographed a few of the brides cousins in the past so I knew the family well and knew I was gonna be really busy during the reception. They love to dance and party it up. Its not just the youngens, all generations up to the grandma. It was an amazing day and I’m excited to show you what me and Tobias (my 2nd photographer) witnessed. Enjoy!
There are so many reasons I loved this wedding at the Brooklyn Winery last summer. Jenn is a friend of a good friend of mine and her husband is German. Their wedding was at the uniquely chic and vintage bk winery in Willimamsburg. Besides all of that these two and their guests were a lot of fun and her siblings threw down a crazy dance performance. Good times!
When I tell people that I’m a wedding photographer they always ask if I like it and I respond with a big YES! Why? Well there are many reasons but the main one for me are the emotions. Throughout the day the bride and groom and their families go through all kinds of emotions: nervousness, excitement, laughter, crying, etc. During the ceremonies all of those come together and I love capturing all of them.
This is a collection of all my favorites from the last 3 years and from about 70 weddings. It was a thrill going through all of them and putting this together. I just feel so lucky to have been able to witness all these different traditions and rituals. On top of that I’ve seen so many different venues and places. From the traditional church to the backyard country wedding, and been to Mexico and back. Hope you enjoy these as much as I do.