Sandra and Paul came from Scotland to NYC to get married on 6/7/08. We started the (really hot) day at the Soho Grand where Sandra was getting ready with the help of her mother, and then travelled up to the Lady's Pavilion in Central Park for the ceremony. Afterwards we cabbed it to the Oriental Mandarin Hotel in Columbus Circle for cocktails.
(Thanks to Daniela Garza, my intern, for making such pretty grids of Sandra and Paul's wedding!)
Gorgeous Brooklyn Botanic Garden Engagement Session with cherry blossoms at peak bloom!
Carmelita’s Engagement Session at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden with Cherry Blossoms
Carmelita’s Engagement Session at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, with Cherry Blossoms in peak bloom!
It was so nice to photograph Carmelita and Dan’s gorgeous Brooklyn Botanic Garden Engagement Session on May 7th during the cherry blossom festival! It perfect weather, sunny and cool, and not very crowded at the BBG that day! I photographed using only Kodak film, no digital, I’m so pleased with how the pictures turned out, and what a zen location for a shoot.
Click on this link to see photographs of Carmelita and Dan’s wedding at Studio 450!
Pictures from our Italian vacation – our first big trip together.
From our drive through Tuscany to Orvieto, Umbria
Chandler, with his Super 8 movie camera.
Karen in Silhouette. Taking shelter from the drizzle inside the Colosseum.
Orvieto, our favorite stop.
The narrow streets of Orvieto.
The film is finally developed!
Here are some of my favorite images from our trip to Italy in May.
It rained in Rome for 3 out of 4 days, but we weren’t discouraged! Orvieto had the best weather, as you can kinda see in the black and whites which are very luminous and bright.
Loved this sweet older Italian couple watching the sunset over Orvieto’s cathedral in the piazza del duomo. The shops selling pretty ceramic plates (ceramiche) in the square, Chandler in plaid :) , a street in Orvieto (with no tourists!), Chandler with his Super 8 movie camera near Orvieto’s golden duomo, and the duomo viewed from a side street, soaked in the afternoon’s sunlight.