For the third time in this young year, I’ve been flattered to have my work featured once again, and this time on a wedding blog renown for their gorgeous portrayals of intercultural wedding fusions- Wedding Nouveau. I’ve truly been blessed with incredible career-influencing opportunities such as this… traveling all the way to South Africa to capture the union of two gorgeous people (who are currently caring for their very first child, Damon!). As a wedding photographer, the ability to capture the merger of Taiwanese and Greek traditions was a fascinating joy, and one I will forever cherish, and never forget (especially since it was one of my very first weddings)! Thanks once again for the honor, Fa and Stefan, and thanks to Wedding Nouveau for the feature!
POLLY AND JOSH’S WEDDING | NYC, NY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
Winter has been good to me this year, and I’ve had the chance to meet some fantastic people. For those of you who follow my photoblog closely, you probably already feel like you know this couple personally since I’ve posted twice this year already (Snowy Central Park and a recognized feature on Borrowed and Bleu) about their incredible engagement session! Polly and Josh’s intimate wedding took place at the Water’s Edge Restaurant in Queens, NY. I had a great time working with Nuby from Cinematic Storytellers (here’s a link to Polly and Josh’s wedding film!) and the absolute pleasure of working with the uber-talented Carolina Rivera as my associate shooter for the evening. Of course, much thanks as well to my beloved assistant Chi-Chi, once again for her very last appearance before the birth of our little one! I could not have asked for a more wonderful couple with which to work. Polly had included some traditional Bulgarian aspects to their ceremony (the offering of bread and honey to the bride and groom by the bride’s mother) to coincide with Josh’s Jewish tradition of the breaking of the glass, for a sweet amalgam of culture… It was a tremendous joy working with you two, and I wish you the very best!