Crowd Pleasing Ain’t Easy

The ceremony to this beautiful wedding day took place in the beautiful Fordham University Church. The couple, as well as their guests, were also really nice to me and there was a personal touch to everything, including a pizza delivery at the reception. Stephen Tang loves pizza (my #3 craving). Who doesn’t? A local pizza maker in the Bronx delivered a beautifully crafted heart-shaped pie. Some time during all the partying, these two big guys on the dance floor wanted to pick me up on their shoulders and that’s exactly what they did. First time for everything! This should happen at every wedding. I weigh next to nothing and I was a total crowd pleaser (always am anyway :P)!

Photo of me riding the wave courtesy of Adeline Ramos!

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Heart-shaped pizza
Don’t judge me. I love pizza.

Peacock feathers, blue orchids, and a grand time

High five to weddings in Queens! These are some personal picks from a very colorful wedding early in the year. I’m a huge fan of all the blue hues the bride and groom picked, from the orchid peacock feather bouquet + boutonnieres to the striped cake and yarmulkes. The entire wedding took place while the sun was up and the natural light made for some fantastic indoor shots. Into the reception, we busted out the photo booth.

Big thanks to my second photographer and assistant!

Venue – Vetro – Howard Beach, NY
Music – Beat Train Productions



A Wedding in Berkeley and Palo Alto

On the last weekend of July, I took a flight out to the Bay Area in California to shoot a wedding. I’ve been to San Francisco, but never the surrounding cities. The wedding day started out in Berkeley, a colorful and fun city to explore, and continued in Palo Alto. The weather went from light drizzle, clouds, and fog to blue skies and sun. I absolutely love the way that works but I’m sure saying that makes me sound like a total tourist. Without further ado!