a New York City engagement
Anna + Dave

check it out
Anna + Dave
a wedding at The Foundry
Katie + David

Let's Dance
Katie + David
hey beautiful people
Let's Celebrate!

view the process
Let's Celebrate!

Hello, I'm Jason. I'm a New York City Wedding Photographer


telling your story through beautiful imagery

Wedding photography is not just about capturing beautiful imagery. It preserves your entire wedding day, enhancing every memory from your first look to your first dance. Being surrounded by your favorite people when you say “I Do” is just the cherry on top. I love photographing adventurous, fun-loving couples who see their wedding day as a celebration of their love. Hear why my clients loved their New York City Wedding Photography experience.
Not located in NYC? Luckily for you, my camera and I love to travel! I’ve traveled all around the world to photograph couples in wedding destinations like Cleveland, Nashville, Charleston, and beyond. Say the word and I’m there with passport and camera in hand! As a New York City Wedding photographer, I’m extremely lucky to pursue my passion every day!

recent work
from my travels

what to
  expect

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PROCESS
  • 01

    View My Work

    First stop on our journey: portfolio browsing. I aim for a candid, natural vibe when photographing my couples. If you like dope compositions, popping champagne bottles, and throwing confetti, we’ll be a perfect match!

    View Portfolio
  • 02

    Let's Connect

    Like what you see? Awesome, I knew you had great taste. The next step is to meet over a video call to chat about my creative process, custom packages, and your story. We’ll become fast friends even before your wedding day!

  • 03

    Time To Celebrate!

    Once you’ve officially booked your wedding date, it’s time to celebrate! I’ll brush up on my dance moves and send additional info leading up to your wedding so we’re both ready for your big day.

I've got a crush on the world
Let's get
started.
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