RECENT WORK AND MUSINGS
Explore Kayli and John Austin’s whimsical, floral wedding weekend at Troutbeck in Amenia, New York. This remarkable celebration, captured through both digital and 35mm film, offers a glimpse into behind-the-scenes moments and personalized details. With their hands-on approach, the couple curated an event that brimmed with thoughtful touches, including hand-crafted menus and signage. Against a […]
Maddie and Noah’s journey to their dream wedding was nothing less than extraordinary – it wasn’t just the detailed planning that made the event uniquely their own, but also doing it all while also being medical residents fighting the pandemic on the front lines at New York City’s only public hospital. From the iconic venue […]
Whether or not you do a First Look is up to you. If you’ve always dreamed of seeing one another down the aisle for the first time, skip the First Look. If you’d prefer to maximize time at cocktail hour and with each other on the day, let’s plan for it. Many couples are immediately less stressed when they finally see their partner instead of waiting until the ceremony, but it is totally up to you and what you are envisioning.
When an esteemed fashion designer reached out to us to capture her fairytale wedding weekend in Ireland, we said yes without hesitation. Kate, the radiant bride and mastermind behind Abel Honor New York, envisioned an authentic celebration infused with “quiet luxury.” Trusting our distinct artistic styles, Kate led us on a collaborative journey with Semina […]
Alivia and Stephen’s stylish Belle Epoque-inspired Ocean House wedding was a weekend to remember. The couple curated a remarkable celebration that artfully blended the timeless charm of New England with modern sophistication. From the mesmerizing ombre floral aisle and striking red invitations to the unexpected surprise of a dazzling fireworks display, every element was meticulously […]
BEHIND THE LENS
Born to a Cuban architect and an American history buff, I was raised with a passion for storytelling and an eye for the little details.
I received my BA from Tufts University and was lucky enough to train in long-form narrative photojournalism under World Press Photo Chairman Gary Knight. While based in Rome working for the United Nations, I was hit by a car on my way home from work — what I call my “Regina George” moment.
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