As Alfonse’s partner in life and work I tend to wear many hats. I am the co-owner, director and manager of many things ranging from client meetings to emptying the garbage bins of our photography studio to writing blogs that nobody reads. I serve also as the subject of many light tests and a lot of times for stock shoots and promotional material as in this photo.
I wish I could say this shoot was as joyful as it looks. Because the petals weren’t falling the way we wanted them to, I had to keep leaping with abandon over and over again until we realized we had to shoot the tossing of the petals separately. Separately is how we ended that day, too–with me wanting to toss something at Alfonse (and no, I was not thinking rose petals).
Things do not always look as they appear to be — wishing a lot of that this year.
Wedding Anniversaries Tanya and Brian Married November 2008 at Twenty Four Fifth, Greenwich Village New York, just in site of the Arches at Washington Square Park. Twenty Four Fifth has since closed its doors for business, I believe this wedding may have been one of the last ones hosted by them.
Tanya Posing for us in the doorway.
Tanya and Brian first dance and a kiss
We are not the same persons this year as last; nor are those we love. It is a happy chance if we, changing, continue to love a changed person.
W. Somerset Maugham
Wedding Anniversaries,Marla and Peter Married November 25, 2006 At the New York Marriott Downtown. Xmas decor up adding to the festive mood.
Marla posing for us here showing her gown and flowers.
Marla and Peter Sunset along the Hudson River
“Some people ask the secret of our long marriage. We take time to go to a restaurant two times a week. A little candlelight, dinner, soft music and dancing. She goes Tuesdays, I go Fridays.”
Maria and Nick Down the aisle with lots of family and friends helping them celebrate.
A very happy and candid moment of Maria. The ceremony and party took place at Battery Park Gardens downtown NYC.
Dawn and David toasting their guests at The Water Club on the East Side NYC.
“Men In Black”
Traditionally the bride gets more attention everyone in general including the photographers.Well… shes got the dress! The wedding dress! Us poor guys have a tux. predominantly black…..I forget about shoes… and the brides getting dressed is most undoubtedly a sexier affair. But the grooms got heart.Dancing fools for the Bride! I have started a gallery on my website and here in our blog to honor and feature the grooms and groomsmen ” Men In Black ” a work in progress, a celebration in motion.