Don’t settle for boring straight wedding photography. (pun intended 🙂 I’ve been shooting events for over twenty years, but like most other photographers no doubt, same sex weddings have always been a relatively small part of my business. It certainly hasn’t been for lack of interest on my part. As a gay male and photographer in New York City, I’m absolutely thrilled about the legalization of gay marriage in NYS, and look forward to photographing lots of same sex weddings for couples who have been waiting a long time for this to come about.
Area Served: New York City, Hudson Valley, Westchester
Sarah Tew is a fine art wedding and portrait photographer based in NYC since 2006. Experienced with same sex weddings, her work has been on the cover of Wedding Pride magazine, featured on H&H Weddings, Bicycle Built for Two, Gay Weddings, Equally Wed, and Woman Getting Married. She was a contributing photographer to the book “Capturing Love,” the first book on gay wedding photography.
My style is documentary with an artistic approach. I believe candids tell the story in a way that no posed photo can! (and there is more art to it). They capture the mood and the unforseen as things happen (please don’t give me a shot list). For me it’s about THAT moment.
I’m passionate about same-sex weddings! As a gay wedding photographer, I have seen many lovely couples joined together. I am thrilled that I can now do the same for my own community in my home state. Allow me to create portrait and photojournalistic shots that reveal the emotional connections of your wedding: the nerves, the tears of joy, beaming faces, intimate moments shared in a crowd
Lyn has traveled the world as a wedding and lifestyle photographer for over 20 years. Capturing the essence of the moment everywhere from Ethiopia’s Awash River Valley to the bright lights of Broadway’s Tony Awards to the frozen tundra of Finland’s Artic Circle. Hughes’ calling card is a calm, creative manner coupled with an artist’s eye. Her work has appeared in Travel Holiday Magazine, The NY Times, The Wall Street Journal, Wine Spectator and others.
Robert’s career began as a successful editorial Photographer working for the likes of Cosmopolitan. He is stylistically broad, with no limits creating his own style, what he coined “artistic reportage” a blending of art and photojournalism for a truly unique wedding story
I see myself as a storyteller with a camera. Every couple has a story, and I want to depict your unique love story. I love love in all its forms and I utilize my experience as a former photojournalist while shooting events to keep things real to life.