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Married on the coldest day ever, yet engaged on one of the nicest. Audrey and Mike – a pretty great couple turned really solid friends. Also let this be proof that dogs make everything better.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. USA.

Many thanks to my FIANCEE Claire Hudson for shooting alongside myself – some of her work is mixed in above.


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Carol Girardi - f 5, 15 - 10:53 pm

Magnificient pictures…. Beautiful bride, handsome groom….what’s not to love?

Laurie Gelnaw-Bitterli - f 6, 15 - 2:29 am

You are just amazing! Love all the photos! Just beautiful!

Nancy Montvydas - f 6, 15 - 2:01 pm


When Jen initially shared her plans with me of eloping on a rooftop in Brooklyn (at sunrise), my first thought was how perfect everything sounded. My second thought occurred the night before their elopement when I had set my alarm for a 4:30am call time – my opinion on the “sunrise” part quickly starting to change. My sleep deprivation was totally worth it when I first met Jen and Phung. They’re fantastic, hilarious, and warm hearted people. Together we took in the best Brooklyn has to offer before anyone else was seemingly awake: I watched them exchange vows on a private rooftop as the sun rose with only their dog, myself, and the officiant as witnesses. We strolled over a mostly empty Brooklyn Bridge together and we explored Dumbo with only a few tourists around. It was the perfect way to spend a few hours that I’d normally spend sleeping.

It’s also worth noting that there are few things in this world that compliment one another as well as Brooklyn and J. Crew.

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Wythe Hotel. The Brooklyn Bridge. Williamsburg and Dumbo, Brooklyn. USA.


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Stefanie Reichel - f 20, 14 - 7:44 pm

love love love… great work :)

Emily and Dave live in the same neighborhood as Claire and I, so it was only natural to explore it together for their engagement shoot and wedding earlier this year.

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URBN, Race St. Pier, and Front and Palmer. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. USA.

Many thanks to the lovely and immensely talented Claire Hudson for helping out (some of her work is mixed in above). Thanks to Ryan Beecher at Squareware Studios for holding it down on the cinematography front, and to Sara at Confetti and Co for the design work and keeping everyone happy.


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the glen venue wedding photographyI’ve spent some time down South in the past, but not too much time. This trip, this one was different. Claire and I decided to spend a week in Florida with our good friends Derrek and Jenn (and their insanely hip son Liam) before heading to Glen St Mary later that week to document a wedding. On this trip, we started to really grow fond of Southern culture – the boiled peanuts, the BBQ (while good, it’s not Texas let’s be real), the insanely kind people, alligators, and above all valuing the time hanging out with close friends. At the end of our time together, Liam proclaimed we were now apart of his family, and that their guest bedroom was now ours whenever we wanted. Score.

Our trip started strong and ended even stronger.

We first met Michelle and John over a year ago in Iceland. We were there for our inaugural wedding in a country which has now become a photographers Mecca (and for very good reason), and happened to see one of our photographer acquaintances Ben Sasso was also in town. That discovery of proximity turned into a mini-adventure to meet up with Ben, who just so happened to bring his best friends Michelle and John along with him. We decided to meet over lunch which led us to the aptly-named Noodle Station in downtown Reykjavik. We all became fast friends over the spiciest noodles known to mankind. We spoke about traveling, made some jokes, and soon parted ways. A few days after meeting them, Claire and I holed up at Hotel Budir in the middle-of-nowhere, I decided to check Instagram with the eerily-fast hotel WiFi. The first photo in my feed? John, on one knee, proposing to Michelle overlooking a sea of glaciers in Iceland. Well played.

Here are a few of my favorite images from our time in the South.

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The Glen Venue. Flordia. USA.

Many thanks to the lovely and immensely talented Claire Hudson for helping out (some of her work is mixed in above).


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Kathy Sroko-Jordan - f 5, 14 - 8:17 pm

Best wedding ever!!!

Valerie Young-Baldwin - f 7, 14 - 2:43 am

Great pictures of a beautiful couple in a beautiful spot! Thank you