We can’t wait to celebrate with Stephanie and John in Montauk later this fall. For now, a few quick images of our time together wandering the streets of DUMBO in Brooklyn.
We love nothing more than people who own and commit to their personal style. Debra and Bill were unique people who wanted to roll with their own unique vision for their wedding day. A 70s cult-inspired bohemian garden wedding at one of our favorite venues in Philadelphia, Bartram’s Garden is never going to be a bad time.
Cheers to owning your own style.
Bartram’s Garden. Philadelphia, PA.
What gets me most excited about what we do is creating images for couples that resonates well past the ‘wedding’ genre. I’ve been drawn to minimalism more-so than ever lately – yet we’ve always tried to put a minimalist spin on editorially charged wedding images that don’t necessarily look like they’re related to weddings. I think it’s great to incorporate other elements of inspiration whenever we’re out shooting for our couples.
When Demetra and Pete rolled up for their engagement shoot in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, I was immediately drawn to how comfortable they were together and how seamlessly they blended into the minimalist vision I had in mind for them leading up to our session together. Here are a small handful of the images we created on a cold afternoon exploring Brooklyn together.
A beautiful Brooklyn warehouse wedding with some of the finest Brooklyn vendors around. Our friend Melissa at Bespoke Only helped inspire and pull together Sofia and Adam’s wedding vision, with Peartree Flowers killing it on their floral game. Combined with one of the sweetest couples around, we were in very good company on this beautiful fall day in Red Hook.
Red Hook, Brooklyn.