Bob Wallace
From high-end venues in the city to smaller, more intimate affairs in the country, Bob has photographed more than 350 weddings over his 15-year career as a wedding photographer. Prior to becoming a photographer Bob spent three years on the other side of the camera in the fashion industry. After his fashion career he studied photography at the City University of New York as well as the International Center of Photography. His talent, and non-traditional approach to photography caught the eye of some of the industry's most renowned fashion and commercial photographers who subsequently hired Bob to be their assistant. After spending a few years assisting numerous wedding photographers in the New York area, Bob decided to leverage his in-depth fashion expertise as well as his vast technical photographic knowledge and set his sights on pursuing a more creative, authentic approach to wedding photojournalism.

David Wanderman
David’s award winning reportage style intimately documents the joy and spontaneity of every wedding he shoots. He brings years of commercial and still life photography experience with him as well as his easygoing personality. Being both technically and creatively skilled David's work goes a long way in adding to the exciting, journalistic coverage of your wedding day.

John O’Sullivan

John began his photographic career as a local stringer for various newspapers and publications in Baltimore Maryland. After moving to New York in 1998 he studied photography at the School of Visual Arts where he concentrated his studies on portraiture lighting and still life. Currently, John lives and works in New York City primarily shooting portraits, headshots and product photography. In addition, John is often hired by professional photographers to train them in the advanced techniques relating to digital photography and high-end photo retouching.