While I don't really do THAT many mitzvah's, I do, however, do them. I really enjoy doing them as well. It's my goal with each mitzvah, be it bar, or bat, to not just depict the social aspects of the day, but also depict the essence of who this child is- not unlike my goal for weddings- to capture the essence of my couples. This is Jordan. He's a terrific kid, but also a terrific athlete who brought me into his world in order to capture who he IS, not just who he was on his bar mitzvah day. Here's a few of Jordan. A huge thanks to POD restaurant for a great job on this event.
What can I say. What a treat to have been asked to shoot Margaret and Ethan's wedding on her family's 3000 acre property. Rather than ramble about how tasteful everything was, I hope these images tell the story. I hope you all enjoy them. As always, comments are welcome.
It's always enjoyable to have the honor of working with families on multiple occasions. Dana and Justin were married on May 9th, and I had the pleasure of shooting Kyle, Dana's sister two years earlier. EBE's LA Stars rocked the Rittenhouse Hotel, and Evantine Design didn't disappoint with they're usual stunning decor. Here's a few from their day!
This wedding was from 07, and it was great to revisit the day with Pat and John. It's interesting to look back a few years and see what I was doing pre D3. These were great people, and I did very little blogging when they were married. Here's a few from their day at the Ritz Carlton Philadelphia!