Posted on June 27, 2016

Recently, I was ask by Nick to shoot his surprise proposal in Long Beach.  Nicole had no ideas what Nick was going to do! He had been planning this for months : ) Nicole and Nick are high school sweetheart and have been dating for over eight years : )

On a beautiful Saturday afternoon during sunset Nicholas told Nicole he was taken her to dinner at a restaurant on the boardwalk in Long Beach.  However, he had other plans in mind before dinner, he was going to propose to Nicole!  It was such an awesome experience to be able to witness the moment they got engage!

Nicole said Yes!  After some quick phone calls to their family and friends, who of course kept the surprise from Nicole, we walk around the boardwalk and on the beach for a mini engagement session. Awww… surprise proposal shoots are always amazing to shoot….I’m always incredible honor when I am asked to shoot one.

 

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Posted on February 27, 2015

 

When we met, Mary told me she really wanted to do an engagement session in the snow, so on a very cold snowy day we did just that.  I met with Mary and Ceasar at  Frank Melville Memorial Park for the shoot.  I love shooting in this park because it just so darn pretty!  We were freezing by the end but Mary and Ceasar were such great troopers.

It was cold and by the end of the photo shoot my fingers were so numb but it was totally worth it! The picture really came out awesome and I would happily do it again : )

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Posted on August 10, 2014

 

I Met up with Stephanie and Mike at Fort Tryon Park and The Cloister for their engagement session .  If you haven’t been to The Cloister I suggest you do because it’s truly a really beautiful place to see. It’s located uptown but it’s worth the hike, you don’t feel like you’re’ in the city once you’re there.  Fort Tryon Park has a gorgeous backdrop of  The George Washington Bridge and the Hudson River . The Cloister has great history behind it, it’s made up of five European churches that were brought over to the United States in the 1930’s.   The Cloister has quickly become  one of my favorite spots in the city to shoot.

It was rainy on and off during their engagement session but we made the best of it! Stephanie and Mike were so sweet to work with and had me laughing the whole time, there smiles are contiguous!   I had so much fun during their engagement session! It was so easy to work with Stephanie and Mike and Can’t wait to shoot their wedding next year : )

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