Between her time in the United States and in her native Brazil, Alexandra Neuber has spent 20 years behind the lens of her camera perfecting her framing and shutter-snapping skills. She remains discreet and out of the way during the many weddings, portrait sessions, and bar or bat mitzvahs she photographs, preferring to capture natural moments between kin and friends rather than dictating their every pose. Once sessions conclude, Alexandra and her clients confer to pick out favorite images, preserving the retouched pictures with prints, albums, posters, and dips into the Fountain of Youth.
If you're a woman with something to celebrate, Koren Reyes is the photographer for you. Whether it's weight loss, a promotion, a wedding or a big birthday, this photographer tailors an experience just for you.
Peter is a New York and Los Angeles based photographer specializing in advertising and commercial work, including portraiture, fashion, beauty, editorial, actor's headshots, events and corporate photography.
Though pictures may fade, Dan Demetriad’s talent for capturing one-of-a-kind moments never has. A photographer for more than 30 years, Dan has developed an affable manner with subjects and a sharp editorial eye, making him sought after by Manhattan's top entertainers, business people, families, and creative professionals. Joined by a team of six, he and the team work together to fulfill a mission to “help clients look (and compete) better in the digital world.”
Founded in 1985, Demetriad Photography has snapped portraits of children, families, celebrities, and budding photo-bombers and has provided graphic design and product photography services for businesses. In addition, its photographers’ work has graced the covers of such magazines as New York Contribute and Business Miami.
The photographers share the tricks of their trade during individual and group classes that teach basic and advanced shutterbugs photography and digital-imaging skills. The studio also runs a nonprofit called PowerShoot, a series of weekend workshops that teaches teens to tell stories through visual media, such as with a minute-by-minute pictorial of how the family cookie jar went from full to empty.