The shutter-snapping staff at Hut Photos trains studio lights, technical knowhow, and creative impulses on subjects to reveal inner and outer beauty. Adept eyes capture every moment throughout weddings and facilitate tastefully sultry boudoir sessions to highlight inner allure. Flash-popping fiestas also help aspiring models to build their portfolios, and craft poignant portraits ideal for hanging in family rooms or wearing on the back of the head to confuse mischievous children. Shoots take place in Union 206 Studio's expansive, climate-controlled space, complete with a private room for wardrobe changes and makeup.
One word jumps out from A Little Bash's online profile over and over again: you, you, you. And for good reason: its party planners tailor every minute detail of an event to suit your tastes and personality. And those details— a sparse potted tree hung with spooky ornaments, orangeade and lemonade dispensed by summery glass cylinders, pastel cakes and cookies celebrating a recently christened baby—make all the difference. Clients can even learn the secrets behind such cute, personal touches that guests will remember during Haute Host workshops that cover planning, cocktail recipes, and more.
Annette Labrozzi believes that it’s important to connect on a personal level with her subjects in order to capture the emotions behind an event. This connection is evident in her photojournalistic style, which has an emphasis on wide action shots and spontaneous, candid images. The self-described romantic’s wedding and engagement images strive to capture the intimacy and emotions behind each moment. Annette also snaps adolescent milestones such as bar and bat mitzvahs, quinceañeras, and first speeding tickets.
For Maira Iqbal, the most powerful photographs portray subjects at their most authentic. That’s why she adopts a photojournalistic aesthetic, receding into the background of weddings and fashion shoots to capture candid images. Of course, Maira’s happy to incorporate the occasional pose into her sessions, too, which accommodate clients such as couples and youngsters. Rather than offer fixed packages, Maira customizes every single session, preserving her clients’ favorite shots with everything from digital copies to billboards right by your high-school rival’s house.
Marlon J. Love, the visionary artist behind M.J. Love Photography, is all about love, whether it be his wife, his craft, or the vibrant cities from which he draws inspiration. A sketch artist and photographer from an early age, Marlon finally let his talents see the light when he decided to make photography his trade. The Brooklyn native hasn’t looked back since, mainly because he’s been busy photographing weddings, family portraits, and events. Marlon strives to capture his subjects’ true emotions in each photograph, which led him to develop a 100% satisfaction guarantee, which includes a complimentary reshoot or a full refund.
Though Valerie Robinson considers herself an introvert, her camera is certainly not shy. From behind the lens, Valerie captures memorable moments with an eye for fun compositions, such as couples blowing bubbles in a park or newlyweds embracing on the beach as the wedding party hangs in midair in the background. Her portfolio showcases a blend of urban, natural, and in-studio shoots, demonstrating her versatility in utilizing different lighting and backdrops.