"In Chinese philosophy, the concept of ‘yin and yang’ is used to describe how seemingly opposite or contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world; and, how they give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another." —Wikipedia
Although capturing moments between human beings is one of my greatest loves, I am also passionate about creating colorful, humorous still-life images with an underlying social message. I celebrate each New Year by featuring several of these images in a card that I send out to friends and colleagues via post. In the event that you are not in my address book, I’d like to share this year’s greetings with you. May all your dreams come true in 2014!
*If you’d like to receive my annual New Year’s cards in the future, please contact me with your address.
I recently received notice that I’m amongst a small group of recipients who represent the top five percent of wedding professionals within the WeddingWire Network. Previously referred to as the Bride’s Choice Awards, these awards are now referred to as WeddingWire Couple’s Choice Awards and are determined by reviews from past clients.
First, congratulations to my peers that are also included in this yearly round-up and — most of all — thanks to my wonderful clients who made it possible for me to receive this award.
TINIKA & JOMO GET MARRIED: It was a December storybook wedding at The Upper Crust in lower Manhattan this past Saturday. Family and friends were surrounded by love, connection and Dan Fehlig’s dazzling designs!
FLOWER POWER [ Part 1 ]: Capturing as many special moments during the course of a wedding is what I strive to do. In the process, I’m surrounded and inspired by a variety of the elements that often contribute the beauty of such an event. On display here, the work of three wonderful New York floral vendors:
CRAIG & JOHN GET MARRIED: Today was the day! After 18+ years together and the fight/right to marry finally won — in some states, anyway….arghh! — Craig and John were joined by friends and family members at the Office of the City Clerk as they tied the knot. Congratulations, gentleman!