In 2011 I shot my first wedding, with not a clue what this industry was all about, or even weddings in general for that matter. That first couple who took a chance on me and my art completely changed my life. So my love story with how I got started in wedding photography? It really just found me. I believe there’s something magical about capturing those once-in-a-lifetime moments and getting to celebrate love stories for a living.
With over 250+ of my own weddings under my belt over the last decade, I’m excited to bring my business back where it all started, at home, here on the East End of Long Island - to continue building a brand around all the things that inspire me! All the farms, the wildflower fields and being able to go to the beach almost any turn you make. It’s been really amazing getting to build a business in the same place that made me fall in love with photography.
And for a little bit more about who I am:
Everyday is a new adventure getting to do life beside the best guy I know, my husband Kevin, and our sweet bulldog, Forge, in our home we named The Little Pine- nestled beneath a ton of pine trees!
FUN FACT: we got engaged on our row boat on the lake by our house (Forge Pond), named our pup after it, and then got married right down the road from our house on the same lake, too!
and to learn about my WHY, and the true reason behind my success as an artist, there's one special guy to truly thank: www.sonnyferris.com
That a wedding day should never feel like a photoshoot, because it's not- it's a celebration! That, you should look and FEEL like yourselves in your wedding photos (a big reason why I suggest engagement sessions- to get you comfortable before the big day!). That every detail you plan for your wedding day should be appreciated and remembered. That people and memories can live on forever in a photograph. That the prettiest place in the world is the North Fork at 7 PM on a Saturday in June (what we photographers call GOLDEN hour)
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