If there is a word that strikes fear and frustration into the heart of anyone about to get married it's "timeline."
While my job title might be "wedding photographer", it really should come with a subtitle that reads "timeline expert".
One of the most important aspects of my job is to make sure that you have the exact day that you want to have. If you want to take an hour out of the middle of your day and go on a bar crawl through midtown Manhattan with your best friends, let's make that work! If you've always wanted to have your wedding pictures at Brooklyn Bridge Park, but you're getting married on the Upper West Side, I will help you find a way to work that into your day.
I go to weddings week in and week out, and have for almost 20 years. I have seen all kinds of timelines, from five hour wedding days to events that span well into the following morning! I promise to advocate for you, listen to your needs, and help you craft a timeline that allows you to experience your wedding day exactly how you want to.
At this particular Manhattan wedding, the timeline allowed the bride and groom enough time to stop by Washington Square Park for some portraits. We had left their ceremony and were headed to the Manhattan Penthouse for their cocktail hour and reception, allotting enough time to stop by Washington Square, Park for a quick photo session there.
Whether you want to visit your favorite park, stop by a landmark you've always loved, visit the location that you got engaged, or take a few pictures on the stoop of your childhood home, let's make it happen. I can't wait to see where the timeline of your day leads you!
Location: 80 5th Ave, New York, NY 10011..Keywords: Manhattan Penthouse (12), New York City (207), Rodelph Shalom (6). 1/400; f/3.2; ISO 450; 200.0 mm.