Riverpark, New York, New York - Brian and Scott
Do yourself a favor: hire Justin.
Justin was a partner to my husband and me from the very beginning of our planning process. His collaborative, consultative approach was reassuring amidst the requisite chaos that comes with organizing such an important day. He was flexible as our needs changed and provided a higher level of service than I ever thought possible. We've only just received our album preview and already I can tell his work has captured exactly the joy we felt. Do yourself a favor and work with Justin and his team. You won't regret it. ~ Scott and Brian (see more reviews like theirs here).
When people ask me what the best way I meet new clients is, it's always through past clients. There's no better example of this than my experience working with Brian and Scott. My story with these two gentlemen begins with me photographing Jenny and Jing's wedding a few months prior.
If you go check out Jenny and Jing's wedding, you'll notice that Brian and Scott were on dog watching duty throughout the day (Jenny and Jing's dog walked Jing down the aisle; it makes sense if you know them). We all had such a blast that when it came time to plan for Brian and Scott's wedding, I knew I was in for a special experience. And they certainly did not disappoint.
From a day that started at The Royalton Park Avenue Hotel, followed by a ceremony and brunch at Riverpark NYC, and then karaoke at Japas 38, everything was intentionally chosen to be the purest expression of their love for one another. I was so grateful to have the opportunity to be there to document their day and share in their love.
If you like the images you see here and the way that their story is being told, please don't hesitate to reach out.