After more than 10 years in the business, Daniel Coyle has developed a photojournalistic, editorial, and documentary style of photography. He uses his camera to tell real stories, traveling to weddings to capture the smiling faces of newlyweds and their families. In addition to these intimate affairs, Mr. Coyle regularly snaps photos at public and corporate events. This eye for detail has earned him features in Modern Bride and Martha Stewart Weddings, among other international publications.
Fiorella Image Studio understands that each moment is fleeting, but not when a camera is present. Their photographers apply expertise in composition, lighting, and angles toward capturing those moments for preservation during portrait sessions for families and kids. With the same elegance, they also shoot engagement sessions and weddings.
Though she dedicated herself to fine photography for years, exhibiting black-and-white collections in New York and Paris, Tiziana DiTullio felt an emptiness at the center of her work. Despite the artistry of her photos, Tiziana felt that she wasn't giving full expression to her passion for photography or making the contribution to society that she so desired. This all changed in 2005, when a nonprofit invited Tiziana to Brazil's Jequitinhonha Valley to take pictures of the people living there, igniting a newfound passion in her for photographing families and children. Since then, DiTullio has specialized in beautifully composed shots of newborn babies, pregnant mothers, and smiling families, immortalizing happy moments on film for posterity and the people who walk through strangers' living rooms.
Jadite Gallery has been finding homes for wall decor for more than 30 years. That includes common works such as paintings, photographs, diplomas, and mirrors, as well as less common wall-hangings such as shadow boxes, needlework, delicate pieces in need of conservation framing, and high-end interdimensional portals. In fact, unique orders are their specialty, and the designers on staff encourage clients to request a price quote no matter how strange they think their job might be. The artists are armed with more than 4,000 framing options and acid-free materials, and are also equipped to assist with canvas stretching and floating mounts.
Lively photographers play off their high-energy subjects, moving around the studio as families, kids, and pets laugh, play, and display their natural character during relaxed in-studio portrait sessions. While cute and cuddly subjects often light up PortraitBug's flashbulbs, the photographers welcome a variety of other subjects, from families and expectant mothers to professionals in need of resume-worthy headshots and teens looking for the right glamour shot for their social-networking profiles. A link to a password-protected gallery grants continued, unlimited access to any previous shoots, shareable with friends and relatives for direct viewing and ordering.
The first show in New York to exclusively showcase the work of independent artists and artisan craftsmen from around the world, this dazzling duo of shows is the best fusion concept since chocolate-covered pickles. The American Contemporary Art Fair shows off stunning paintings, photography, and sculptures by more than 175 contemporary artists—while the American Craft Show lets you wander among live demonstrations of furniture, ceramics, glass, jewelry, textiles, and fashion.
JMC Custom Framing Inc’s experienced framers serve customers with advice on a variety of custom-framing projects. They provide personal attention to the idea of art and its exhibition, manufacturing frames by hand with 100% American-made materials. They gladly help customers re-create and frame mirrors, prints, or objects with custom jobs.