New York Wedding Photographer
Lisa & Josh. Little Italy, New York.continue to full post >
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Quincy and Steffani married in a tiny little dark bar (Manhattan Inn, Greenpoint) in Brooklyn only 4 blocks from my apartment (first time ever I walked to and from a wedding :). They celebrated thecontinue to full post >
Merry and Matthew married on a very chilly day earlier in the year. With freezing temperatures outside, I started documenting their day at the Soho Grand in Manhattan. They had separate roomscontinue to full post >
A pretty bride in the Metropolitan Building in Long Island City, New York.
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Last year, I launched a photography workshop series called Art & The Heart with my good friend Dan O’Day. We both have the desire to teach and share our knowledge with othercontinue to full post >
I am sitting on a plane heading back to Melbourne and my head is spinning. When I get off this flight, I pack up all my belongings and also sell off and give away as much as I can. I amcontinue to full post >
Coney Island and Brighton Beach. Brooklyn, New York.
This place is magical. Something about stretch of sand that leaves me with such intrigue. These images are from a day I spent at the seaside incontinue to full post >
A few favorites from Prerna and Thor’s wedding in New York City in September. We gallivanted around Manhattan taking pretty pictures in Grand Central Station and Central Park. Can’t waitcontinue to full post >
While I was living in New York this year, I started a new body of work about the people who go down to the Brighton Beach broadwalk in Brooklyn. I spent a lot of time down therecontinue to full post >
One of the things I really love doing is helping people chase their dreams, helping turn what they are passionate about into a career, to see their businesses blossom and see them succeed. Five andcontinue to full post >
Late one afternoon in a land far far away (Tokyo), sitting with my dear friend Dan O’Day, sipping sake, discussing all things worldly and photography related. It soon become clear that we, twocontinue to full post >
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