Trash the dress, Four Seasons Santa Barbera

I am always looking for inspiration around me. When I am walking the streets of NYC and beyond I look for interesting architecture, street life and art. I store all of these inspirations in my creative tool box to be use at a shoot that presents the right vibe. Dance has been one of my favorite art forms. The way the body moves and forms shapes, the energy and spontaneity is so beautiful. My very first time photographing anything was at a dance shoot 18 years ago. This trash the dress session explores dance, art and photography to create some very dramatic that stimulates the viewer. Maestro choreographer Kavita Rao from Karmagraphy killed it in her beautiful Dianne Diane Von Furstenberg d

Lynda and Dan, Central Park Wedding

Lynda and Dan's came all the way from Texas for their dream wedding elopement. Their beautiful long story together dates 10 years back when they met on and fell in love. Since then they have been inseparable. Their beautiful and humor filled ceremony included just them and their stand up comedian officiant, Harris Bloom. They picked a beautiful corner of Bethesda Fountain in Central park for their ceremony. Soon a crown gathered to watch their ceremony and cheered them on as they had their first kiss. As we walked around Central Park together taking photos and talking I was taken by how great these two are together. The way they talk to each other, hold hands and talk about their

Gina and Dharav, Brooklyn Bridge and Rockefeller Engagement shoot

The first time I met Gina was when Dharav proposed to her at Dear Irving in NYC a few months back. Watching them being with each other, this time around was so different. The newly engaged excitement is so special and capturing that feeling this feeling of love in their photos was truly an honor. Congratulations guys!

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