When I first met with Andrew and Ben I was really excited about their wedding for many reasons. First of all- they are really great together, and I knew it will be a fun party. Secondly- Andrew's Family is Polish, so I was looking forward to hearing some of my native tongue, and capturing Polish traditions interwoven into the ceremony. And the third reason was their wedding venue!
Andrew and Ben tied the proverbial knot at one of the most magical, unique and fun locales I have ever been to, the Gallow Green @ McKittrick Hotel. McKittrick hotel is a home to Sleep No More- an imaginative, interactive theatrical performance where guests wear masks, and wonder around a four- floor theater & interact with actors performing a play losely based on Shakespeare's Macbeth. Gallow green is the Rooftop of the McKittirick Hotel. It is covered with lush and quint garden greenery, and complete with the vintage train track- where the ceremony takes place. Andrew and Ben's conceptually cool wedding details complemented the ambiance well.

Prior to the ceremony, the Grooms along with their wedding party strolled the High Line for some pics. 

Needless to say, it was a super fun day. Huge 'thank you' to Nick White for assisting me!



When I first met with Andrew and Ben I was really excited about their wedding for many reasons. First of all- they are really great together, and I knew it will be a fun party. Secondly- Andrew's Family is Polish, so I was looking forward to hearing some of my native tongue, and capturing Polish traditions interwoven into the ceremony. And the third reason was their wedding venue!
Andrew and Ben tied the proverbial knot at one of the most magical, unique and fun locales I have ever been to, the Gallow Green @ McKittrick Hotel. McKittrick hotel is a home to Sleep No More- an imaginative, interactive theatrical performance where guests wear masks, and wonder around a four- floor theater & interact with actors performing a play losely based on Shakespeare's Macbeth. Gallow green is the Rooftop of the McKittirick Hotel. It is covered with lush and quint garden greenery, and complete with the vintage train track- where the ceremony takes place. Andrew and Ben's conceptually cool wedding details complemented the ambiance well.

Prior to the ceremony, the Grooms along with their wedding party strolled the High Line for some pics. 

Needless to say, it was a super fun day. Huge 'thank you' to Nick White for assisting me!





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