We’re getting married on Thursday. We just decided! Can you be there?
- Rock on! Probably. If not, I’m going to help you find someone who can be.
No travel fees? Seriously?
- Not for 2014. I wanted to be a destination photographer; to get myself started, as long as it’s an elopement or intimate wedding outside the 200 mile radius of Brooklyn, I’m traveling there on my own dime. My accountant raised an eyebrow at me, but I’m excited to see where I end up. You can read my blog post about it here.
Can we take photos during a carriage ride in Central Park?
- No. Manhattan streets are dangerous for horses – accidents are frequent and devastating – and the basic legal standards for their care are pretty shitty. Supporting the practice with my art is something I just can’t do.
What’s your size limit for weddings?
- I photograph elopements and weddings with a maximum of 75 guests. The benefit of hiring me for your intimate wedding is that I am an expert at remaining unobtrusive at even the smallest of affairs.
Can we meet before our wedding?
- For sure, although it’s not totally necessary, and the majority of my elopement clients don’t have an initial meeting. I’m happy to meet you anywhere in my neighborhood or in Manhattan. We can also set up a Skype date if you live far away during which, most likely, one of my dogs will stick a nose on camera at some point.
Is every photo shoot blogged?
- Usually. If you would rather yours not be, let me know in your initial email.
Do you still do boudoir sessions?
- Yes. 2014 is my year to make doing boudoir an art project. I’m celebrating everyone, including men, lesbians, same-sex couples and transgendered folks who are very underrepresented in the boudoir industry. You can go to HonestBoudoir.com for more details about being a part of it, however, if you would like to commission private photos you can reach out via my contact form for pricing.