I'm not your typical Long Island wedding photographer.

I shoot real candid documentary wedding photography: all the laughter, all the tears, all the awkward moments.

No fake poses, no cookie-cutter shot lists, no chasing Insta-likes. Just the story of your unique wedding day, with memories to last a lifetime.

It's wedding photography for people who hate (cheesy) wedding photography.

"I don't like gimmicky pictures; I've always hated them.

I like pictures that are very clear and clean."

-Mary Ellen Mark, photographer (1940 - 2015)
A loved one wipes the bride's tears during the Jewish wedding tradition of Bedeken.

"When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in black and white, you photograph their souls."

-Ted Grant, Photographer (1929 - 2020)
Grandfather of the bride and flowergirl look bored during wedding photography after church ceremony in Long Island NY

"Photography, to me, is catching a moment which is passing, and which is true."

-Jacques-Henri Lartigue, photographer (1894 - 1986)
Groom and his brother share an emotional moment while getting ready at a Long Island hotel for the wedding day.

A guest enters the wedding reception through silk drapes at Giorgio's Long Island.

Most wedding photography is boring.

That's because too many wedding photographers shoot every wedding with the same formula, the same stiff family formals, and the same dull poses. Sadly, most couples never realize that wedding photography can be authentic, artistic, and meaningful. So they end up booking the same boring wedding photographers because their friends hired them, or because they have tons of likes on Instagram.

But, you're a different kind of couple:

You need a different kind of photographer.