Barbara and Daniel chose the beautiful Gramercy Park Hotel for their intimate wedding. GPH, designed by Jullian Schnabel, and filled with mind -blowing-amazing original artwork was such a spectacular backdrop. This lovely couple tied the knot surrounded by their five children, Family and Friends at the Rooftop Terrace. The ceremony was officiated by Mark of One Heart Ceremonies. My friend Denise Fasanello was the floral artist- and she's THE best! Thanks to Nick White for assisting me and shooting with me! 


from Denise Fasanello:

You're amazing!

(02.22.16 @ 07:47 PM)
from Denise Fasanello:

You're amazing!

(02.22.16 @ 07:47 PM)
from Fotograf gdaƄsk - 5Picture:

It is obvious that the adoption is in the big city high-rise. Amazing photos.

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from Robert:

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from Robert:

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The beginning of winter of 2016 was really super exciting for me! After few days in Florida, where I traveled for an engagement session, I got to spend some time in Jamaica! I was there to capture pre -wedding & wedding celebration for an amazing couple- Limor and David. 
Since David is very much into sailing, the day before the wedding they invited all the guests for a sunset cruise, complete with a snorkeling expedition. The cruise departed from Doctor's Cave Beach- one of the most well known & picturesque spots in Jamaica.
On the wedding day the couple (along with their little girl Liana) got ready at Rosehall Hilton Hotel, and had their first look at a nearby 18th century historic aqueduct, that was such a unique backdrop for the portrait session. The ceremony was held in front of the Rose Hall Great Hall. Now a museum - the mansion holds the legend of the White Witch, who was the wealthy and cruel owner of the estate a few hundred years ago.
Following a cocktail hour in the shade of an ancient majestic tree, reception took place outdoors at Twin Palms court. 
It was such a fun adventure. Thank you to Limor & David for having me document it & a shoutout to Nick White who was shooting with me!

If you happen to travel to Jamaica, do check out Nutmeg Villa (owned by my dear friend Charmaine) as a potential place to stay with your family & friends!! It's the best in Montego Bay.


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January 4, 2016

Too many amazing places, faces and emotions! Just a handful - so hard to narrow down!


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Jessica and Sean, you Guys rock! What a spectacular day! Thank you for having me document it : )

This stunning couple got ready at W Hotel in downtown Manhattan.
Reception venue was The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers, and the party was catered by Abigail Kirsch. My amazing second shooter was Nadine Rovner.

Video team was Moonflower Weddings, and you can see the amazing video from Jessica and Sean's wedding here: https://vimeo.com/155050496

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Katie & Aaron have chosen Brooklyn's MyMoon restaurant to be their wedding location & I couldn't applaud them anymore! Katie and Aaron are as inspiring, and full of personality as the place itself, so that early November day of their wedding was glorious! And not one dry eye during their emotional ceremony.

My 'always amazing' second shooter was Nadine Rovner.


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