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Sarah + James – A Sunset Engagement in Hoboken, NJ

Sarah and James and their pup met me in Hoboken, NJ on a gorgeous evening in August, and we went for a walk around Pier A and Court Street capturing the late afternoon light in all its glory. I had a lovely time getting to know them, and they brought the magic allowing my lens to capture lots of candid smiles and laughs. As a frequent Hoboken engagement photographer, I never tire of the city ...

Laura + Mark – A Scranton University Engagement Session

Laura and Mark met and fell in love while attending Scranton University. So what better location for their engagement shoot than you guessed it, Scranton University. Not only did they meet there, but eventually they got engaged on campus in front of the DeNaples building. While walking around campus and getting to know them on many fronts, the details of their first meeting remained a bit ...

Neha + Kunal – A Grounds For Sculpture Engagement Session

I meet a lot of couples each year and I love hearing about how they met. These days more than half of couples meet online using websites/apps, however, I haven’t met too many people that can claim they used an app one time, for one date, and ended up meeting their life partner like Neha did when she met Kunal! Kunal also had just gotten started in the electronic dating world, but when ...

Andrea + Martyn – A Dawn Engagement Session in Central Park, NY

Andrea and Martyn invited me to Central Park for their engagement session. I have shot there many times, but there was something different and great about this go around. These two engagement shoot warriors had the inner strength to meet me there before dawn. Being in the park at that time feels like you may have survived the rapture because it is nearly empty. We did come across a group of ...

Aubrey + Jesse – A Lower Manhattan Engagement

Engaged in March of this year, Aubrey and Jesse are getting married early next spring and invited me to lower Manhattan for a portrait session starting around One World Trade. It started out cloudy which was looking just beautiful, but we were also fortunate enough to get some sun breaking through here and there. Later, after the sun got low enough on the horizon it made quite the appearance ...