On Friday I photographed this sweet morning elopement at Ladies Pavilion in Central Park. The always wonderful Judie Guild officiated, and it was a gorgeous morning for a wedding. Much more to come, but here’s a small sneak peek!
Kasey & Nic traveled from Australia in early June to elope in New York City. I loved photographing this sweet Central Park wedding – the light was just perfect that evening. We photographed in the area around Gapstow Bridge – I think that’s the best skyline view in all of Central Park, particularly at sunset. After wandering around the park, we popped down into the subway for a few quick shots, and then Kasey & Nic were off to enjoy the rest of their wedding day.
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Samantha & Katia are so much fun, and I think that really comes across in their photos. I photographed their NYC elopement in May, and I had such a fantastic time with them! After their ceremony, we headed to Central Park and the Upper West Side for some photos that evoked a classic New York City feeling, and I love the results. Thank you for everything, Samantha & Katia!
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I am so behind on blogging all of the wonderful elopements I’ve photographed this summer, but it’s time to catch up.
Kelly & Adam were married in early May. I thought most of the blossoms had fallen already, but they managed to find a grove of trees near the reservoir in Central Park that was still in full bloom. It was an incredibly beautiful spot, and I’d never actually shot a wedding near the reservoir before. They were married by a close friend of Kelly’s, and then toasted their wedding with – appropriately – pink champagne. I had such a lovely afternoon with these two and their friends!
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About eight years ago, in a past life, I worked at a preschool. Keet’s awesome kids went to that school. In one of Michelle’s first emails to me, she said I might remember her fiancé from way back then, and I was so delighted to find out who her fiancé was. While I have photographed a lot of portrait sessions of people I knew from my preschool days, this was the first wedding. On Friday we met up at City Hall, and I photographed their elopement. I had so much fun with these two – they were so easy to talk to and kept me laughing all afternoon. It was roughly a thousand degrees, and they were total troopers in the heat for portraits after their ceremony. Much more to come, but here’s a small sneak peek. Michelle & Keet – I hope you’re having a lovely honeymoon!