The Experience

Portrait of mirror reflection of newlyweds kissing in front of a photo booth at the Ace Hotel, Brooklyn.

Here to tell YOUR story.

I believe that your images should look and feel exactly like you, as if you stepped out of your photographs into real life.

Years from now, the photos from your wedding day will be the connection from you to future generations, so whether you choose to have an intimate elopement or a big party, my goal is to make sure the memories captured reflect the unique details of your love story and personalities.

And since it's not every day that we are subjects of a wedding, I aim to create a relaxed, stress-free and fun photography experience from start to finish. Your day should be celebrated as you see fit....and I would be beyond honored to help make that happen for you!

Newlyweds happily exit City Hall after getting married by the city clerk.

My Approach

A ballerina bride kicks points her leg in the air as her groom dips her in a kiss in Central Park, NYC.

Connected + Supported

No two weddings are alike, and I love getting to know my couples well beforehand so by the time your day arrives, you'll see me as both your photographer and a trusted friend!  From how you met and what your relationship looks like to what you envision for your wedding, all of these details help me paint the picture of your day.

Collaborative + Knowledgeable

Your wedding day shouldn't be treated as a photoshoot, so I will never impose or tell you what you must have captured, but I do recognize that this is often people’s first experiences with weddings, so I am happy to guide you based on my experiences. Together we'll chat through timelines, image inspiration, shotlist  and even what happens if it rains on your wedding day. I want to make sure you feel comfortable and supported no matter what the day brings.

Letting your day unfold

Most importantly, I want you to live your wedding day! With a calm and relaxed documentary-style approach that focuses on your relationship and interactions with each other and your guests, I like to balance between giving direction as needed and blending in with the crowd. I will always take care to be unobtrusive while present enough to capture the full story of your day and allowing you to fully live in the moment. 

This all sounds great! What comes next?


Newlyweds walk holding hands across the Brooklyn Bridge in NYC.

Step One: Contact Me

Click here to reach out on my contact page and tell me all your ideas! I'll get back to you within 24 hours to schedule an intro call and send package options.

Bride and Groom kiss with flowers covering their faces while holding an umbrella in front of Ferrara's Cafe in NYC.

Step Two: Make It Official

You've decided to book - yay! A signed contract and deposit confirms your booking.

A bride and groom take wedding portraits on Halloween in Brooklyn, NY.

Step Three: Creative Process

From timelines to image inspo, we'll have planning calls to curate your day to your vision and make sure everything is fully prepped. I am always here to help!

A bride gets ready in the mirror at the Weylin in Brooklyn, NY.

Step Four: The Wedding Day

The best part is finally here! Come ready to have a great time and leave the rest up to me! A sneak peek will be ready within 72 hours.

A bride and groom take wedding portraits in the bride's childhood home after an intimate nikkah ceremony in Brooklyn, NY.

Step Five: The Grande Finale

The moment you’ve been waiting for: your photos! You will receive a private gallery of hand-edited digital images within 4-6 weeks. Prints and hand-designed heirloom albums are also available for purchase.

"Run don’t walk! I can’t think of a better photographer than Emily. Emily is extremely talented and downright fun, and more than delivered on my vision. She came prepared with everything from sunscreen to balloons, the little details you wouldn’t think you’d need but do! Can’t wait to have another reason for Emily to take stunning photos!!"

- Blake S