Park Hyatt Wedding
New York, NY
It's not often we get the opportunity to discover a completely new wedding venue in New York City. When Simona & Jacob approached me to photograph their wedding, I had only seen the Park Hyatt under construction. Needless to say, The Park Hyatt NY is a photographer's dream with so many opportunities to make unique images of the bride & groom.
The Big Picture
In a venue with a distinct architectural feel, I’m working to see each scene as I would if I had been hired to capture the space for an architectural magazine feature. From there, it’s about placing our subjects and waiting for the moments to happen.
Clean & Vibrant
Over my decade-plus as a photographer I find myself especially drawn to a very clean, vibrant approach that emphasizes a sense of balance across the image. I feel like this gives a certain still life feel to some of the dynamic elements of a wedding day.
From Their Eyes
A key component of any wedding is of course the guests: your friends and family. The decisions made leading up to the big day serve to create an experience for everyone involved. This is what I think is important to help you relive the day from your guests’ eyes. How did they react when they saw your venue for the first time? What kind of spirit were people in as the ceremony drew near? These are the types of things I’m looking for to bring depth to my coverage.
It's All in the Details
If you’ve spent time carefully considering aesthetic elements of your day, I’ll make sure there is a beautiful record of it. These are a reflection of your style and bring a certain fit and finish to the documentation.
How was the Food?
In the last several years I’ve seen wedding food go from what one might expect to the centerpiece of the reception. The cuisine at The Park Hyatt is exceptional!
It’s a really cool thing to be able to see someone like Ron Ben-Israel on TV shows like Sweet Genius and Cake Wars and then walk in to work and literally see their work. Ron’s confections are always stunning but I really enjoyed this art deco statement which suited the space perfectly.