This past April we had the distinct privilege of shooting Heather and Josh’s wedding in the Dominican Republic at the Royalton Punta Cana. The week long festivities and nearly 180 guests made this a vacation and celebration for everyone to remember.
Anytime I have the opportunity to photograph a military member’s wedding, I take it as one of the highest privileges I get to perform. What if both the bride and the groom serve? Well…. lets just say twice as nice is not nearly enough gratitude. (more…)
Ah… the beauty that is New York. From the skyscrapers to the subways. I love so many parts about photographing an engagement session in Manhattan. Grand Central Station is perhaps the most iconic location in my opinion. When I see this building, I immediately see a vintage photograph, perhaps of a bygone era. Can you tell that influenced the 15 second exposure of the following picture?
If you haven’t seen the beach at Harkness Memorial Park, you are missing out on some of the cleanest, softest powder sand in all of Connecticut. The Eolia Mansion property has a small section of fisherman friendly beach, which proved to be (more…)
I love the history behind the location of Kimberly and Matthew’s wedding. The history of Kimberly and Matthew is fantastic, but I’m speaking about the history of the building which housed the old G. Fox & Co Department store in downtown Hartford. Did you know that G. Fox & Co, in the early years; was famous for their home delivery by wheelbarrow?