Try as we might, we can’t really control the weather. That doesn’t mean that we have to call off a wedding on the North Fork of Long Island when a purportedly major hurricane is barreling its way up the East Coast on its way to New York. Any wedding can be a source of anxiety but I was impressed with how Catherine and Andrew were able to take Hurricane Irene in stride. Everyone agreed that it made sense to move the schedule two hours earlier to allow everyone time to get home but besides that the wedding went off without a hitch. The drive back to Brooklyn was a little hairy but as we all know now, the storm itself turned out to be a dud.
The previous version of my wedding photography website is two years old now so it was about time to freshen things up a bit and make it a little more dynamic. In addition to new photos from this past year, there are a few new features to better get to know who I am as a photographer. The biggest change is the addition of a blog where I will regularly feature new photos as well as older photos from my archives along with the stories behind the pictures. This line of work has afforded me such a wide range of experiences that I wouldn’t have otherwise and I look forward to sharing them with you in the future.
Happy New Year and Thanks for looking.
While everyone else was going home to spend Christmas Eve with their families, I was photographing Lenny and Bruce’s wedding at the Trump SoHo.
I got to ring in the New Year covering the party at Webster Hall for Time Out New York.