Sunday, July 29, 2007

Almost 9,000 miles....

In the last 3 weeks I have traveled almost 9,000 miles! Yikes! From NY to Seattle, Seattle to Vancouver, BC and then home...all in 3 days. Two days later I traveled from NY to Philadelphia for the night....and then this past Friday I flew down to Tampa overnight. Whew. Here's a few pictures from my travels out west.

These are from my super secret project. I was working with TJ Cameron and BC natives Chris + Lynn. I can't give out too much info, but it will be something fun photographers will love. If you'd like to be one of the first to find out email me at - - or just leave a comment below and I'll put you on the list. :)

I'll have some shots from some recent weddings I've photographed, too, so check back soon!

Friday, July 20, 2007

Fun blog.

I love when I stumble upon other sites who link to my blog or website! Tonight I stumbled upon bklynbride's blog. I have to say it's a great blog for brides who be planning their own wedding. Bklynbride has a great list of photographers there and I am proud to say she chose me as one of them! Thanks! Good luck with your wedding plans!

Make sure to check out her other fun design obsessed blog, too.

(PS - how about me for your wedding?) :)

Here's a few pictures from an event I photographed last week. What a beautiful night to be on the water. I have a tough job sometimes. :)

Sunday, July 15, 2007

It's about the "moments"

What is a PJ style wedding photographer? Well - let me show you what I think with a few photos taken at Donna and Eric's fabulous wedding this past Saturday.

Of course, it is expected that we shoot some family this one of Donna and her Grandmother.

This next shot was taken while Donna and her Grandmother sat taking a break while waiting for a few others to join us for more pictures. To me, THIS is what a PJ photographer does best. Capture "moments". How important is this "moment"?

I had an awesome weekend with Donna and Eric out at the Delaware Water Gap. On Friday night, I stole them away from their rehearsal dinner for 5 minutes for a few pictures. I love shooting for my couples at the rehearsal - it gives me such a great opportunity to get to know their friends and family. I think it makes such a difference in getting everyone comfortable and used to having the camera around them.

Donna and Eric - Thanks so much for making me feel like part of the family, I had such a great time! You have an such fun families and friends!

I also need to thank Sofia Negron for joining me this weekend! You took some great pictures! Be sure and check her blog soon!

I'm flying out to Seattle tomorrow to work on a super secret project with my friends TJ Cameron, and Chris and Lynn Jaksa. We'll have an exciting announcement to make in the next few weeks. That's all I can say for now, so check back soon for that and for more on Donna and Eric's wedding.

Monday, July 09, 2007

Landmarks and inspiration

Whoa - 11 days without a blog entry - my apologies! :) Not to worry though. it will be a "blogathon" this week! Stay close as I have some very fun entries coming!

It was a true NYC wedding weekend for Diane and Blake, hitting up some of the best landmarks this town offers. As I mentioned in my earlier post about them, no detail was left out.

Their wedding song was by Frank Sinatra, "All the Way" - and it would be the best way for me to describe this couple as they give nothing but 100% to everything!

They started the weekend with a Groom's Dinner at Tavern on the Green followed they next day with 5 and 10K "fun runs" kicking off at the Bethesda Fountain in Central Park. YES - a "fun run" on the day of the wedding! For Diane and Blake, this WAS really just a WALK in the park as they had both been training for their second (yes second) Ironman competition. I'm not sure how many "fun runs" these guys have been on, but I know several marathons are also included in their long running resumes. :)

Meeting under the Chuppah with their race number tags pinned above them was just one of the amazing touches to their beautiful wedding. Congratulations Diane and Blake! Most couples would be leaving for their honeymoon - but not these two! Instead, they took off for nothern Idaho for the Ironman competition first. Blake placed 12th in his age group with the fastest amateur run for the marathon leg with a 3:05, and Diane beat her new hubby in the swim. :) You guys are an inspiration!

I want to say thank you to both families for a fun weekend!! Click the photo below for the slideshow!