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When you mix concrete, straight lines, minimalism, and a clean aesthetic with the rustic nature of the Hudson Valley you end up with one pretty amazing wedding. Everything came together perfectly for these two and Claire and I were absolutely thrilled to have been apart of this one.

Be sure to read more about Ning and Alex’s wedding inspiration and love story on Ruffled.

And finally, a few of my favorite images from our time in Beacon with Ning and Alex.

The Roundhouse. Beacon, New York.

Many thanks as always to Claire for being apart of this one, some of her images are mixed in above.

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I’m really not sure what was better at this wedding, the food or the people. Both were seriously top-notch and if I could, I’d do this over and over again (most notably eating Bouchon’s lamb… insane). Many thanks to Diana and Long for venturing out into the desert in the mid-day heat and for not being too worried by our actual latitude and longitude meeting point.


Thomas Keller’s Bouchon Bistro. USA.

As always many thanks to the ever talented Claire Hudson for tagging along on this one. Some of her images are mixed in above.

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Just a few of my favorite images from our time with Jess and Adam (thanks for climbing on the roof with us!) at their wedding in New York City.

The Park in Chelsea. New York City, New York. The United States of America.

Many, many thanks as always to Claire Hudson for being apart of this. She’s the best.

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Hugo Coelho - f 3, 14 - 8:54 pm

so good! perfect!

Trent Bailey Cobb - f 6, 14 - 2:43 pm

killin it Pat Furey!

Max Louis Miller - f 6, 14 - 5:50 pm


Stanton Miller - f 6, 14 - 9:32 pm

Loved the Pics. I am very impressed with the quality !!

Claire and I recently headed west to explore Los Angeles, Palm Springs (notably The Ace Hotel), and then finally settling in Joshua Tree. We had some time to collaborate with BHLDN and photographed a bride in the desert.

Joshua Tree itself looked straight out of a Dr. Seuss book, and we loved our time working out there. We’d be thrilled to go back (hint, hint).


Joshua Tree, California.

Many thanks to the lovely Claire Hudson for styling and shooting with me. Many thanks also to BHLDN in Los Angeles, Alicia Lamson, and Kathleen Ty.

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Joshua Tree Wedding Photography

Nicky Wally - f 17, 14 - 5:29 pm

How do you get these brides to model so well lol great job

Jean-Laurent Gaudy - f 17, 14 - 5:32 pm


Jordan Lee - f 17, 14 - 5:40 pm

They look awesome as always Pat! Love Joshua Tree – we’ll need to do a joint adventure!

Mikhail Glabets - f 17, 14 - 5:43 pm

A lovely thumbs up!!

Melissa Ginsiorsky - f 17, 14 - 6:05 pm

Incredible as per usual. Beautiful job!

Paige Jones - f 17, 14 - 6:10 pm

love these

Meredith Adams - f 17, 14 - 6:46 pm

wowwww. So lovely!! Nice work!

Nicole Lyndsey - f 3, 15 - 3:18 am

Beautiful shoot! Do you remember the name of the dress or the designer? I would love to find the dress for my wedding but BHLDN no longer carries it. Thanks in advance!