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  1. White Sands Nat’l Monument, New Mexico

    14 Feb 2015

    Had some work in NM and realized I’d only be 3.5 hours from White Sands Nat’l Monument. Made the drive out there twice, catching the late afternoon and early morning light. Really worth the drive even though I could not stay too long.  Amazing and otherworldly! –Thomas Landscape Photographer


  2. Molly + Jay (Oct 2014)

    12 Feb 2015

    Molly and Jay hired me to shoot their wedding >1 year before the date. We shot a wonderful engagement shoot about a year before the wedding in Ringwood State Park. One of the best places in No NJ, IMHO!! Their wedding was at the beautiful Il Tulipano in Cedar Grove…


  3. Julie + Bob (Oct-2014)

    02 Feb 2015

    Julie and Bob’s wedding was one of the weekends I had weddings Fri, Sat and Sun. Exciting to be so sought after a wedding photographer Julie’s parent had come out from Illinois with this amazing vintage car that Julie loves…well everybody loves. The car was trailered out from IL…was only…


  4. Ariel + Chandran’s Florentine Gardens Wedding

    02 Feb 2015

    Ariel + Tiruvattar’s wedding day started off cold and rainy…it was pouring when I showed up at the Woodcliff Lake Hilton where Ariel was getting ready. The rain let up after the ceremony an we were able to get outside for some portraits to my delight! I have only had…


  5. Kieu + Jerome (Sept-2014)

    02 Feb 2015

    Jerome and Kieu found me on The Knot (see my reviews there, BTW) and we met in a Panera. I was hired the second I opened my mouth and didn’t say something stupid. They were really excited to meet with me and we signed the contract that night which doesn’t…


  6. Jacklyn + Andrew (Oct-2014)

    02 Feb 2015

    Jaclyn + Andrew took us to Mendham, Morristown, West Paterson & Old Tappan. Jacklyn was looking for somewhere to shoot formal portraits of her and Andrew, bridal party and family. I looked around Morristown a bit but didn’t find anyplace I loved. Peruse the route from the church in Morristown…