Posted on Jul 25, 2017
Posted in Weddings
Wedding Photography Portraits in New York City
I was lucky enough to photograph this gorgeous couple’s Wedding Photography Portraits in New York City while there for another wedding. Benjamin, my second shooter and I went straight from our flight to meet them in downtown Brooklyn to shoot their wedding formals under the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge in the gorgeous Dumbo neighborhood. Life has been a whirlwind of traveling as of lately, finding myself in different towns at least twice a month. With my busy schedule, I have found it hard to keep up with my blog as much as I used to. Not sure if that is a good thing or a bad thing!
I meet this adorable couple earlier in the year in Orlando during their proposal session at Disney’s Boardwalk. We instantly clicked and have remained in touch ever since. Post wedding pictures are my favorite because there is no strict which allows for multiple locations and for taking our time.
Photographing Weddings In New York City is always such an adventure. It is always a challenge dodging people, finding amazing lighting amidst all of the tall structures and getting around if you drive (for the safety of all of our camera equipment). In the end though, it is always worth it! I was happy to have a couple of hours simply to focus on their formals in one of the greatest city in the world.
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Posted on Jul 08, 2017
Posted in Event Photography
I had a blast photographing the Annual National BETA Club Conference which took place earlier this month at Disney’s Swan and Dolphin resort! The National Beta Club is the largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization in America that recognizes and honors high academic achievements.
Between the Junior Beta Club (grades 4-8) and Senior Beta Club (grades 9-12), the organization has helped nearly seven million students learn how to make a life for themselves. 20k + Kids attended the conference this year during the largest conference to date.
The event hosted a handful of talent competitions (and I mean, extreme talent), Fun group excersises, Living literature exhibits, art exhibits, and lots of other fun and friendship building exercises. I also did on-site headshots for 80 students and staff members. Here is a quick sneak peek and behind the scene of the conference.