Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Natalie and Richard

When I first met Richard and Natalie it was one of the most unique meetings I've ever had with a couple. The first location they asked me to meet them at turned out to be a lounge with a bouncer at the door. Needless to say that didn't work out to well since there was no where to sit and we wouldn't have heard a thing we discussed because the place was packed and loud. So from there we went to a second location suggest Richard. It was then I noticed food was something high on their list of priorities for the evening. They tried..... to bribe me with king crab legs. Did it work? I don't remember. (that's my story and I'm sticking to it) But will say it was a cool meeting.

The Rockleigh Country Club, in Rockleigh New Jersey, (where else) hosted their wedding day. After an awesome ceremony, Natalie suffered a minor technical difficulty that temporarily almost rendered her blind. (for more on that you'll have to ask her) But like the trooper she is, Natalie insisted we still get some shots taken. I was impressed. The celebration soon commenced and the food flowed. Did I mention these two love to eat? Enjoy some of the images from their day.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Oh Canada........

Some time ago, before today, (ha,ha) I boarded a plane and met my friend Ryan Jensen in Canada to help him shoot the wedding of Keaton and Oliver. This weekend event took place at a lakeside resort in Muskoka, Ontario. It rained a little on the wedding day, but that couldn't stop this show, Keaton even arrived on cool launch boat. Their ceremony was capped off by one heck of a celebration, which ended sometime in the AM, in a hot tub full of about 20 people, singing whatever song came to mind. (I didn't get in, I just sang)

These are a few of my favorites shots through out the weekend. Be sure to check out Ryan's blog for a slide show.

Shavonne and Carlos

Well as part of my "Catching Up" series, LOL Here's another post.

Carlos and Shavonne said "I Do" at the Swan Club before family and friends. Considering it rained like cats and dogs the day before, they were truly blessed with a great wedding day. I really have to admit. My hero of the day had to be the ring bearer, he was everywhere, which really means everywhere with his mother at all times. He wasn't trying to leave her side.

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Ligia y Gilles Consiguieron Casado!!!!

I sure hope that title came out correct, I used a widget on my MAC to figure out how to say Ligia and Gilles got married. And if it isn't correct don't tell me so quickly, give me a moment here. It's been so long since I've posted I thought I'd do something like that.

Ligia and Gilles were actually married during the monsoon of 2008, anyone that got married that day, or in the case of my peers, covered a wedding that day here in New York, know exactly what day I'm speaking of. One man heard of the approaching storm, cleaned and drained his pool, and let the rain water fill it back up in 2 hours flat. Ok, I totally made that up, but you should get the picture, (no pun intended)

This awesome couple exchanged their vows at the Church of Our Lady of Esperanza, then took chartered a boat down to the United Nations, where after running from the front gate through the monsoon, proceeded to celebrate their union in the Delegates Dining Room. Yeah, I didn't know you could do that either. The plan was to take some beautiful shots in the Japanese Garden in the UN, but that monsoon had other plans. So to make up for mother natures abundant blessing of H2O, we decided to meet up at a later date and take some pics. Check back later for those, and for now enjoy these.