This year I...
2015, what a damn year! I feel so lucky to have booked more sessions this year than in 2014. It's really been a blast. Filled with lots of travels, meeting new faces, new challenges and successes. Even though getting this blog post together takes me a few hours, I love doing it every year! It makes me really realize how amazingly grateful I am to do what I do, and how lucky I am to have been able to see different places. I am so grateful for everyone who has given me the honor of photographing them in 2015, and can't wait to see what 2016 has in store! Happy New Years everyone! Grab a cup of coffee and relax while you scroll through the highlights of my 2015... it's going to be a while, filled of cats, travels, clients, and fun (some of which has yet to even grace the pages of my blog or website).
There were quite a few travels and adventures in 2015.
Including, a trip down to South Carolina to shoot a wedding!
Band Photography was also a hot ticket this year. P.S.-I'm falling deeply in love with it.
2015 also saw some packaging revamping. Both Portrait, and Wedding packaging got a little facelift, even my business cards got a little sprucing up.
A Commitment Ceremony was on the agenda. This time on Long Island, at the Westbury Country Club, and had ton of fun.
Spent some quality time with this amazing and silly family.
Was so honored to have been able to meet and photograph all these kiddos!
Holy macaroni, am I in love, love, love with this engagement shoot with Steve and Alicia. This one hasn't been blogged yet, so consider this a preview of some of the awesomeness yet to come. Can I please do more engagement shoots next year?! I have an idea that involves a park, multiple long exposures and some bioluminescent friends. Here's a few more travels, adventure and fun.
I'm currently in Maine, on a little vacation doing some relaxing with my love after this crazy year. So here's a few that are straight off the presses.
I'm leaving you with this series of digital tintype photos. This project meant a lot to me and has a whole backstory to it. When I have a few minutes I'm going to write up a whole blog post with the process and the details of how I made these.