Monday, January 18, 2010

Perfect Winter Wedding

I went out to Albany this weekend with Brody to photograph the wedding of Mike and Sarah. What an awesome day! Sarah and Mike were two of the nicest people you could ever meet. Their families were fantastic. The bridal party was a blast. The venue, The Glen Sanders Mansion in Scotia, was exquisite. The band, New York Players, was also amazing.
An unexpected snow storm with huge wet flakes set the stage for a winter wonderland on the Mohawk River.
Congrats Mike and Sarah. You guys are the best.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Just For Him

We are once again running our Just For Him sessions for Valentine's Day. Watch his jaw drop as you present him with a DVD slideshow of your tastefully done session. We can also do prints, mini albums, calendars and more from the session. For those of you who are not comfortable with me shooting a boudoir session, Amanda is available to photograph it. See details in the ad below.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Casting Call for TLC

While I was at the Wedding Salon Bridal Show in NYC, a representative from TLC approached me looking for brides for a new TV show they're doing. They have extended their schedule through April, so if you're getting married between now and then, here is the contact information.

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Friday, January 8, 2010

More Misty and Jeff

We had so much fun photographing Misty and Jeff during their engagement session, we just had to come back for more. This time we photographed them down in Hoboken, NJ along the river overlooking Manhattan. What a fantastic location! I think my finger tips are just now beginning to thaw out. Their wedding is going to be awesome.

Monday, January 4, 2010

New Years Sluggishness

Normally I start the year with my new resolutions, but I've been a little slow this year. It's partly because I'm happy with last years resolutions of being a better father and husband, along with actually following through with it. I'm not saying I was bad at it to begin with, I just always want to aim higher in that regard. Is there ever a time to say yeah I'm good enough at being a father, I don't need to be better? As for being a better husband, there is always room for improvement. I'm a guy.

I do have a few new resolutions I want to make a part of my life. I have a habit of going through life by the minute. I leave enough time to get a task done with no room for error. When little things impede my progress, like catching a red light, or all of them for that matter, my blood pressure starts to rise. I don't want to live like that anymore. I need to add an extra hour to each day just as a cushion to allow things to run more smoothly.

One of the other resolutions I have is to lead by example. I can't expect people, like my kids or employees to act a certain way if I don't hold myself to the same standards. It's so easy to tell my kids to put away their clothes, meanwhile I typically pick my clothes from the folded pile waiting to be put away in my room.

Last, I want to continue my philosophy of living with gratitude. Recognizing the blessings I have in my life is a very powerful tool in choosing my path for the future.

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