Amanda and Kevin married under dramatic skies on the last day of May at the Old Field Club on the north shore of Long Island.
Thank you Joao for capturing this moment.
signed sealed and delivered
As I took this image Kevin told me: “this better end up on the blog”. Here you have it Kevin.
In my initial statement for the blog I expressed an intention to only show candid and unscripted images caught in the moment, but rules are made for breaking.
It had been raining heavily earlier in the day and for most part of the early evening. Minutes before the sun was setting the rain stopped and a beautiful light illuminathttp://www.blogger.com/img/gl.link.gifed the sky.
The wedding was magnificently coordinated by Hollie at Exquisite Affairs Productions.
Torrential downpour and strong winds did not stop Pete and Mary from celebrating their nuptials in style. On the contrary. The wedding was loaded with great energy and genuine emotion.
This shot, I feel, is very emblematic of Pete and Mary’s energy and playfulness.
Elliot and Alexandra invited me to photograph their dance class a few months prior to the wedding as a sort of different engagement session.
Having seen them practice their dance moves I was very eager to see the final result at the wedding. They are both, in my mind, exceptional dancers.
A quick rehearsal in the empty ballroom.
The Cosmopolitan club on the Upper East Side has a history that stretches a hundred years. This all womens club has had some distinguished members such as Eleanor Roosevelt and the Nobel Prize winning humanitarian Pearl Buck.