The wedding day story of Liz and Berts's wedding begins at the Refectory at the High Line Hotel where I found the florist, Putman and Putnam, busy finishing the beautiful floral arrangements. I love shooting with film because of how beautifully film renders it's subject and how it captures it with such softness. These days photographers who shoot with film are becoming more and more scarce so when a client connects with my images and loves what I do, it makes me feel it's worth while.
The High Line Hotel is a complete site with everything needed for a beautiful city wedding. The garden, Refectory and Gothic Chapel are amazing. It's a grand venue.
Liz and Bert are both from the south and have called NYC their home for the past ten years. By day, he's a lawyer and by night is in two bands, The Stemms and The Post, while she's a writer for Diane von Furstenberg by day and a writer for herself by night. Their wedding was celebrated with friends and family for an unforgettable day, filled with love, laughter and beautiful light.
Vintage Veil, Her Something Borrowed
Grooms Bands, The Stemms and The Post
Labels: Contax 645, Fall Wedding, Ilford Film, Kodak Film, New York City Wedding, Rollei, The High Line Hotel, Why Film, Widelux