Month: November, 2010
I am sure when Meredith and John began planning their mid-November wedding they never imagined a 65 degree day. We met Meredith and John through John’s cousin Ric whose wedding we photographed 5 years ago. Everything felt so familiar to us, more like photographing friends than anything else. We couldn’t be happier for them – congratulations guys!
The Bernards Inn has set the benchmark for style and elegance in the area ever since it first opened it’s doors in 1907. This made it the perfect location for Natalee and Lerone’s wedding. Special thanks go to the incredible team that was assembled to make this dream a reality. Andrea and Nicole from Samantha Goldberg & Co. , Eddie from Stix Video and A Touch of Elegance Florist.
Hidden away in the northernmost part of Manhattan is one of the most beautiful parks in NYC, Fort Tryon Park. Offering panoramic views of the Hudson River on one side and Upper Manhattan on the other it was the perfect backdrop to Gina and Todd’s engagement session.
When you are surrounded by the concrete and steel of New York City it is easy to forget how close we are to the country. Less than an hour from Manhattan is FEAST at Round Hill House. This is where Katie and Rich decided to get hitched. A beautiful late October day here is the stuff photographers dream about.