These college sweethearts met in Syracuse but decided to tie the knot in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, halfway between where they both grew up. It was a perfect day.
Squeezed this little E-sesh in.. Just in time!
Hoping for some fall colors at their September 2017 wedding at Spruce Lodge!
Every fall I say to myself, this is prettier than last year.. but really, I think every year is equally beautiful, it just goes by so quickly, we easily forget. Fortunately, I get to document this beauty quite often as it is everyone’s favorite time to book family foto sessions. Until next October…
At the foothills of the Catskill Mountains is a place still quiet, still untouched, and home to quaint towns like Roscoe, Livingston Manor, the Beaverkill River, and this golf course with the most amazing views. They made this wedding amazing, along with these great local vendors:
Bella Vie Salon– hair
Arielle Aesthetics– makeup
Hillside Florist– flowers
The Hill never disappoints. With its serene, beautiful atmosphere, well kept landscaping, clean but rustic barn and buildings, this venue is the Barn of all Barns. And if you are a bride contemplating whether or not to do a first look, let these photos speak for themselves…
Florist: The Rosery in Hudson
Hair: Savannah Bentz
Makeup- Dori With Beauty By Celeste
This venue is so unique and beautiful, with a victorian charm and a hint of rustic countryside.
This beautiful family of 3 just became 4 when baby girl Kennedy arrived EXACTLY on her due date. The maternity session was so fun, and big sister Scarlett was Miss Model during both shoots. Kennedy was awake most of her shoot, and did not cry once. 7 days old, and she laid there, wide-eyed, letting us move, twist and turn her for the perfect photos.
I started documenting this love story last year in Brooklyn, where we did engagement photos at the same spot Ab proposed to Robin months earlier. Next was their wedding at the amazing West Hills Country Club, which has the most beautiful grounds, delicious food, and talented staff. It ended with the most beautiful Indian ceremony in Danbury Ct.