The laughter, the joyful tears, the surprises. The moments that you didn't plan to be captured on your wedding day. The out of the box/ untraditional/let's-just-get-married weddings.
I'm Alex. I spend most of my free time with my husband and our two fur babies, Belle & Conor- frequenting Home Depot and Chipotle and driving my husband nuts with decorating our house. We got married in June of 2019 and our wedding will always be my favorite day.
The first wedding I ever photographed was one I'll never forget. It was a city hall elopement and an intimate dinner. I clicked with the couple from the first email exchanges and by the time I left their dinner I felt this connection to them that would fuel me to take on this journey. I felt this incredible mixture of my art and deep emotion and it's now one of the things I love most about being a wedding photographer.
I'll cry behind the camera while you dance with your dad. I'll be the photographer that will bustle your dress or take out your veil for you. I'll cheer you on to make you laugh when you and your partner take portraits with me and I'll be the person that reminds you to sit back to take it all in during your reception. Because to me, it's about the entire experience while working with me and having a connection with you is important.
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A guide to wedding day photography timelines from choosing to do a first look, tips and an example timeline to use for your wedding day.
Leah & Matt were supposed to get married in June of 2020 but like most couples, they decided to postpone and downsize their day to 14 guests and everyone else on Zoom. While it may not have been the original day that Leah envisioned, having a smaller micro wedding allowed them to spend quality time […]
Michelle and Alex have been through quite a lot together and held strong on their wedding plans when the global pandemic hit. They wanted to focus their wedding on their favorite things- being outside in nature and their friends and family. They found a beautiful venue tucked away in the Catskill Mountains called Handsome Hollow. Their ceremony was among 50 of their […]