weddings

By Hand -- Photos & Couture Engagement Rings

By Hand — Photos & Couture Engagement Rings

Now that it is engagement season, I wish to share a company that hand crafts engagement and wedding rings. ChincharMaloney is located in Brooklyn, NY. They are also a couple working together and love to design and craft engagement rings using unique, natural rose cut diamonds in their rings. All their diamonds are ethical and […] See the full post →

Will Your Photos Last 100 Years?

Will Your Photos Last 100 Years?

I recently did a blog post on this topic for Mommybites, a wonderful parenting resource. I will summarize this post at a later time as I believe it is important to disseminate this information. Along with your digital images, I believe in having ‘real’ physical photographs and in preserving them with archival means whether by […] See the full post →

Photographs of Summer's Last Rays

Photographs of Summer’s Last Rays

As the summer season draws to a close I am always grateful for these times spent outdoors, whether by a lake in the mountains or by the ocean. Here are a few photos of Summer’s last rays and the things that summer brings: outdoor weddings, farm fresh eggs, sunflowers and the desire to remain on […] See the full post →

Time for Weddings

Time for Weddings

I believe that it is always a good time for a wedding. More I believe that one should have one’s wedding photographs to hand down to your kids and grandkids. I am happy that I have used and continue to use film for these important occasions. These prints here are from a wedding that I […] See the full post →

Yes To Film

Yes To Film

A wedding client from 10 years ago just contacted me to do scans from her wedding photographs. I am happy to report that, of course, I have the original negatives plus her hand made wedding album is in perfect shape. Robert Polidori, the photographer artist, has said “Film is made to remember, digital is made […] See the full post →

Display Your Wedding Photos

Display Your Wedding Photos

Nothing can compare to beautiful spring light as it shines in our spaces. Displayed here is a framed bridal portrait. The view behind her is the NYC skyline as seen from the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn, where her wedding took place. Here also is a view from Madison Square Park on one of our beautiful […] See the full post →

Bridal Portrait 2

Bridal Portrait 2

Your wedding is a precious time. Your bridal bouquet is the symbol for this beauty. I love taking the elements of a wedding and combining them to give a larger thought through the art work. See the full post →

Bridal Portrait

Bridal Portrait

Recently I photographed this beautiful bride. I used my large format 4X5 camera and worked traditionally. I am incorporating this kind of portraiture with my documentary approach. I will add more posts with other photographs from our session and fill in more details about the wedding day. The bride is wearing the dress that her […] See the full post →

Art and Photography

Art and Photography

Simply, art defines my professional practice as a photographer. It is more than seeing my museum quality, silver black & white prints displayed on my clients’ walls and delivering a canvas print to my client for her Sag Harbor home. These are the results of internalizing the art I see in museums and galleries. I […] See the full post →

Thoughts & Portrait of an Amazing Singer/Songwriter

Thoughts & Portrait of an Amazing Singer/Songwriter

Juliet Wright writes songs that concern many women and about Co-Dependency, which affects both men and women. This is an excerpt from her book “Everything Is My Fault” and is a topic that is always on our minds especially as we think about our wedding day and worry about gaining weight during pregnancy. “Skinny Isn’t […] See the full post →