Kailey and Adam - New York City couples photographer

Manhattan engagement and wedding photographer

OK, now that the SEO headline is over with we can get into the deets! Only one of theses are correct, which one?

  1. I listened to Alicia Keys - New York on repeat while editing these photos.
  2. I listened to Frank Sinatra - New York, New York on repeat while editing these photos.

The number one thing that I love with traveling is to meet people and hang out. Kailey and Adam was not disappointing at all when they showed me a locals' perspective on New York City. We had falafel in a tiny hole in the wall shop and freaking Ivan Ramen for dinner! This is not a food blog (though it might as well could be!) so I'll just say this:

If you live anywhere in the world and my photos speak to you in any way, contact me so we can talk about it because we can make it work. I mean, we WILL make it work <3

Outdoor wedding in Birkelunden Park in Oslo, Norway

I think it's really important to always be willing to learn new things and expand your horizon. That means to sometimes step out of the front seat and let someone else take the lead. I was fortunate to second shoot for Eva from Moment Studio in August and I learned a lot. Since I didn't have the responsibility resting on my shoulders I could be a little more fearless than usual and be bold with my shots and compositions. 

The ceremony was in the pavillion at Birkelunden Park and the reception at Stratos, downtown Oslo. Check it out!

Genevieve and Jasper - 4 day pre wedding road trip

Four day pre wedding photography trip through the West coast of Norway.

Road trip through the most epic part of Norway? Well, yes! I will try to be short, but the trip was something like this:
I got picked up in Bergen and from there we drove straight to Gaularfjell and the awesome lookout point there. We spent two night in a cabin below Briksdalsbreen (Briksdal Glacier) and did a full day shoot around Olden, Loen Skylift (we were literally inside the clouds at over 1000 meters above sea level) and ended the day walking up to the glacier.

The following day we drove through Geiranger. The road to, Geiranger itself and the road from is really beautiful with stunning mountains and fjords everywhere. We stopped the car to go shoot more than one place. We also had an amazing fish soup at Brasserie Posten in Geiranger. 
We had to drive down Trollstigen to get to Åndalsnes, where our accommodation for the night was, but because of the clear starry sky that night we drove back up and experienced THE MILKY WAY (see last image) with our own eyes. It was incredibly beautiful. And incredibly cold.

The last day was spent in Ålesund where we met my friend and colleague Tone Molnes who, with her contacts, got us into the closed aquarium to shoot. Thanks for that!

Now enjoy the photos. There are many. Let me know what you think in a comment. If you and your loved one want to to a road trip somewhere, please get in touch! :)

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