Our work extends far beyond the lens. Whether you’re jetsetting to a tropical island in Bermuda, dancing on a sleek rooftop in New York City, or celebrating your big day at a private estate in France. We focus our creative craft on the intricate details of your unique style to document your authentic moments.
Artistic, effortless elegance. Her approach was a balanced combination of curated and raw moments, highlighting the very essence of our wedding day.
Berit seemed more like a friend than our wedding photographer. She had amazing ideas and options to make our day go smoothly and include everything we wanted and more. If you are interested in peace of mind, the most beautiful pictures, and a happy expert photographer and team, Berit is for you.
Berit is truly incredible, talented, and professional. It was apparent early on that she truly loves what she does and is a true artist. I had an Indian wedding with traditional Indian rituals and I was so impressed with Berit’s true interest in getting to know my culture and rituals on her own initiative so that she could do the best job possible.
“Berit’s pictures are absolutely amazing and she is so easy to work with. She had so many creative ideas for all of the shots to truly capture the uniqueness of the space and the feel of the day. We regularly flip through our album and the pictures really do the tell the story and capture the emotions of our favorite day. We would highly recommend her to anyone!”
Christine and Jerry embraced the winter weather for both their engagement photos and the wedding day. They had a precise and creative vision for both, which always makes me happy as we collaborate together. Christine’s gorgeous custom-made Vera Wang gown caught the winter light just perfectly. We did some of the photos in downtown Hoboken, where the couple lives, and the rest on the beautiful mountain top at Natirar.
Chelsea and Chris had the perfect winter wonderland day for their wedding at the stately Mansion at Natirar in Peapack, NJ. She was wishing for snowfall, and that is what she had!