An intimate wedding in DUMBO on the Brooklyn waterfront, planned in part by me, the photographer, because I simply could NOT let my sweet friend not have a wedding when I knew she wanted one! The ceremony was conducted by my husband, Marley, and there was ice cream at the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory immediately after.
A luxury summer elopement in New York City, featuring the Beekman Hotel, Lincoln Center, City Hall, and Central Park.
Also featuring a magical veil!
This couple wanted sunrise elopement photos in Central Park before their private City Hall Wedding, so we started at 6 am in the Park, and practically had it to ourselves. We took photos in the most iconic areas of the Park: Bethesda Terrace and the area by the lake that has the dramatic weeping willows, and the Mall with those American Elm trees I think are so incredibly special.
Kate and Sylvester had an intimate wedding in the side chapel of Christ Church, followed by photos around the Upper East Side, and ending at a family lunch in the upper room of a restaurant, complete with cake, of course.
An inspiration editorial I helped dream up: a Black tie wedding at the NoMad Hotel in the penthouse. Planned by Tall and Small Events and styled by Be Brilliant Styling, photographed by me, Amber Marlow. We wanted to do an editorial that mixed traditional elements of a Black tie wedding (white gown, crisp tuxedo, gorgeous florals) with hip modern design (velvet linens, whimsical engagement rings, and a fun cake).
A classic NYC wedding: getting ready at the iconic Park Hyatt, a Catholic wedding ceremony in a cavernous old church on the Upper West Side, and a glamorous reception at the Burden Kahn Mansion right next to Central Park.
An intimate wedding on an a summer day in Brooklyn, taking place at Brooklyn Winery in Williamsburg. I was second photographer, meaning I backed up the main photographer to get some side shots and the groom getting ready in his hotel room.