Mazel Socks to Ellis!

Still missing our human clients, but Mazel Socks to Ellis, lifted high during the hora by his #CoronaSocks buddies at his bar mitzvah!   #socksandthecity #boostthesockmarket #rockthesocks #sockpuppets #barmitzvahparty #barmitzvahphotographer…

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Love is Love is Love is Love

We're looking forward to the day when Central Park once again hosts weddings instead of hospitals. Meanwhile, love still prevails. Thanks to all who are rising up around the world,…

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Lifted Up to the Sky

For reasons that I can't quite put my finger on, NYC rooftops are incredibly romantic.  This wedding -- and especially the hora, pictured here -- reminds me of the lyrics…

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Married on the Hudson

What a gorgeous day to photograph a wedding! The village of Hastings on Hudson is picturesque, and Harvest on Hudson is its romantic, riverfront gem. Take a look at these…

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50 & Fab!

Janine, who owns and operates Organize Me, has one of the most infectious smiles we've ever seen, and boy, was she smiling when we photographed her 50th birthday party recently! …

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Renaissance wedding in Boston

Harvard University's Adolphus Busch Hall in Cambridge was a fantastic, picturesque venue to photograph this wedding. Rain clouds loomed outside while the bride and bridesmaids were getting dressed (and debating…

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Hole in One for Back on My Feet

What a beautiful spring day to photograph the Zimner Golf Invitational at Paramount Country Club, benefiting one of my favorite charities, Back On My Feet!  Hosted annually by founder &…

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Sweet Sixteen in NYC

This princess in pink was the center of attention when her friends and family gathered  at Eastwood Manor for her Sweet Sixteen party. From the grand entrance to the good…

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B&W Wedding Photography
Grandfather ties grandson's knot for the wedding

B&W Wedding Photography

I tend to shoot events in color, especially weddings and mitzvahs that often have color themes carried through the clothing, decor, floral arrangements and more.  But there was something about…

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