last year, i photographed mandi and henry in manhattan. this year i photographed them in henry’s childhood home, which coincidently happened to be a few blocks from my own house. they had to eject their plans for a big wedding in may due to covid-19, but ended up having a backyard ceremony w/ henry’s dad officiating, and extended friends and family tuning in over zoom. i’m so grateful i could be there to document everything.

though larger weddings will be ramping up again soon, i’ve greatly enjoyed photographing many of these zoom weddings / elopements / micro weddings / backyard weddings / intimate weddings / whatever you want to call them. the current state of the world has really forced everyone to boil down wedding days to the absolute core of what they’re all about, and it’s clear to me that photography is included in that. the creativity and outside the box thinking that my couples have brought to the table is incredible. i’m grateful everyday that my couples value photography as much as i do and that i can be there to document and contribute to the legacy of these new families.

also, i’m really excited about the result of some of my quarantine double exposure experiments.