Liz and John’s colorful Basilica Hudson wedding with one of our favorite vendor teams in the Hudson Valley was nothing short of incredible.
Liz and John have a better way with words than I certainly do. This extremely kind and thoughtful take on the day really resonated with us and makes us even more grateful to have had the opportunity to document this day for them,
“You know this, because you were there, but Liz and I didn’t cry during our wedding. We thought about this a few times in the weeks since we saw both of you last and (quick interlude from Liz as John types this e-mail, “Yeah, I thought you were going to cry so much more than me”) came to the conclusion that we were both excited to be in the moments you captured that there wasn’t any time for us to slow down and lose our shit.
Amazingly, wonderfully and beautifully – you both have captured our best memories and we have nothing but thanks and gratitude to share with you. Thank you so much for not just giving us the opportunity to re-live the day but capturing everything exactly the way it should’ve been. There aren’t many moments in life when you’re so happy that you can cry and we can tell you, now, that both Liz and I cried from start to finish going through the amazing selects.
Away from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan and brimming with character, few Brooklyn wedding venues are better than Liberty Warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
Cory and Max chose Liberty Warehouse for their elegant Brooklyn wedding — a blank slate of a venue perched right on the Upper Bay of the Hudson River. Industrial in nature, they chose the supremely talented Designs by Ahn to soften the space a bit with some of the best and most elegant venue design we’ve ever seen. Soft, romantic flowers in a unique industrial space surrounded by cobblestones with one of the most kind and insanely stylish couples ever? Yeah — sign us up.
If you’d like to see more from this day or read more about Cory and Max’s relationship and design inspiration, we would love for you to check out their wedding featured on Brides.
It’s no surprise that we love Iceland. I think we’ve been maybe six or seven times at this point and every time we go back just gets better and better. Claire and I feel deeply connected to the Icelandic people, their warmth, food — everything. When Erin and Toy asked if we’d hop on a plane for them to document their love in Southern Iceland, I couldn’t say no. We will forever be grateful for working with humans who see enough value in what we create to fly us across the world.
Oftentimes being a destination wedding photographer looks indefinitely more glamorous on the Internet than in real life (thanks, TSA and flying with all of our gear), but in all sincerity while shooting Erin and Toy’s wedding in Iceland it couldn’t have gone more smoothly and we couldn’t have collaborated with nicer people. Here’s a small glimpse into our time with Erin and Toy.
Together with Jesse and Dillon, we all spent the afternoon wandering around our mutual neighborhood of Fishtown for their engagement shoot. We inadvertently did a tour of some of the best restaurants and cocktail bars in the area — Wm. Mulherin’s Sons, Aether, and Suraya.
Ending our time together over a few rounds of Negroni’s and we’ve all become fast friends.
Dana and Tyler found us through a wedding planner after she saw what we created at this Stylish Beach Wedding in The Hamptons last summer. When she got in touch with us and mentioned The Foundry — a chic and industrial space in Long Island City, I knew we’d be the perfect creative collaboration for them.
Together we wandered the surrounding streets of Long Island City taking wedding portraits flowing seamlessly into one of the shortest ceremonies I’ve ever witnessed — seriously I think it was maybe 115 actual seconds long. They then invited guests to dine under the stars in the courtyard of the Foundry on a warm summer night.
Here’s a small glimpse into our day celebrating with Dana and Tyler.
Katrina and John were all smiles on such an amazing September day at Natirar in New Jersey. Instead of exchanging vows during the ceremony, Katrina and John decided they wanted to read them to one another in private right before the ceremony and it was such a solid moment that set the tone for the rest of the day. A real dream for us to document at Natirar with such an incredible team.
Laura and Holden’s wedding at one of our favorite venues, Andalusia, was one for the books. Insane personal style combined with two really, really kind (and beautiful, let’s be real) people equates to a very great way to spend a Saturday.
Hannah and Adam’s Horticulture Center wedding in Fairmount Park was one for the books. The couple alongside one of our new favorite wedding planners, Clover Event Co., put together an all-star dream team of local Philadelphia wedding vendors including Devon & Pinkett, Maggpie Vintage, and Deanna Does. The first time we met Hannah and Adam we felt right at home — their at-home engagement shoot is still one of our all time favorites — and now after this experience together on their wedding day, we consider them actual real-life friends.
Two incredibly kind, thoughtful humans got married and we were there to document it all. Here’s a very small glimpse into their fashion-forward boho wedding.
Theresa and John’s stylish Prospect Park Boathouse wedding was one for the books. Theresa herself is an incredibly talented set designer based in Brooklyn, so when her and John got in touch with us I knew this would be as beautiful as her work is. They didn’t disappoint. Thank you guys so much for having us. Here’s a small snippet into their wedding day.
Dara and Jake wed at Chesterwood in the Berkshires. An A+ team, the most amazing mid-century modern house nestled in the woods, lots of dad jokes, and honestly the nicest weather of the entire year culminated into something really special.
Let’s all get together and do this every Saturday if you don’t mind?