We had the immense pleasure of going to Central Park to capture our special friend's 10th Anniversary session! We've shared so many wonderful moments as together we have grown in the faith for 10+ years.
We remember being present at their wedding and Camilo being the best man and Nathaly the maid-of-honor at our wedding. They hold a very dear and special place in our heart and in our lives and we are so happy to call them our friends, but most of all our brother and sister in Christ. God bless you always!
In him our hearts rejoice, for we trust in his holy name. May your unfailing love be with us, Lord, even as we put our hope in you.
Tuvimos el inmenso placer de ir al Parque Central en Nueva York para capturar el decimo aniversario de unos de nuestros mejores y mas especiales amigos! Los amamos ya que junto a ellos hemos crecido en la fe los ultimos 10+ años.
Recordamos estar presente en su boda y Camilo siendo el hombre de honor y Nathaly la dama de honor en nuestra boda. Los dos ocupan un lugar muy especial en nuestra vida y corazon y estamos orgullosos de poder llamarlos amigos, pero mas que eso nuestros hermanos en Cristo. Dios los bendiga siempre!
En él se regocija nuestro corazón, porque confiamos en su santo nombre. Que tu gran amor, Señor, nos acompañe, tal como lo esperamos de ti.
There's a first time for everything! And that was certainly the case for us as we were asked to shoot a Mehndi party for the bride to be, Harsha. I have to be honest and say I had no idea what this was all about until I googled it and then decided not to pass up on the opportunity to try something new.
As I saw the Mehndi artist work her design, I was impressed. When it was completed it was a beautiful work of art that decorated the bride to be and made her look stunning as she was accompanied by her closest friends and family to begin the three day celebration of her big day!
Our friend Ivonne will hit an amazing milestone this week as she will graduate from Kean University with her bachelor's degree in Communications. What an achievement!
But it wasn't easy - the struggle was real as she told us about the obstacles she had to overcome during the past few years to get here; stress, anxiety attacks and the sometimes overwhelming workload - but in the end, with a smile on her face, she tells us it was all worth it!
With her cap and gown, we took to a small park to take some great photos for her big day. She is now ready to walk on Thursday to receive her diploma and even more ready to take on her career with full confidence. We couldn't be more proud of her. Congratulations, Ivonne!