Austin-Based Wedding Photographer

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Thanks for coming by! I’m an Israeli-born photographer currently based in Austin and New York but shooting all over. I studied photography in both Israel and New York, and received my degree in photography from the School of Visual Arts in 2004. Since then, my fine art photography has been exhibited nationally and published internationally.

While wedding photography is my specialty, I have done all kinds of editorial and commercial assignments, from cookbooks to fashion to news photography. For nearly a decade I held various faculty positions in photography programs, with courses covering studio lighting, location lighting, advanced photography technique, portraiture, documentary, and yes – wedding photography.

I get to shoot the coolest weddings and as such am the frequent recipient of fancy awards. I’ve received weddingwire’s “Bride’s Choice” award every year since I joined in 2009. In 2013,  the Wedding Photojournalist Association ranked me as one of the top three wedding photographers internationally. I have received many (30!)  awards from the organization over the years, as well as awards from Fearless Photographers, Photo District News' “top Knots”, and others. In 2014 I was named one of the top 20 wedding photograhers in New York by Bridebox.

 Photo credit: The Brenizers

Photo credit: The Brenizers

My wedding photography has been featured in featured in Brides Magazine, Brides UK, Snippet and Ink, A Cup of Jo, Perfect Bound, Huffingon Post, Southern Weddings, Wedding Chicks, Carats & Cake, Borrowed & Blue, Daily News “Down the Aisle”, Style Me Pretty, Real Simple, and Time.com. 

But here’s what really matters: I have photographed well over two hundred weddings and am a total, hardcore expert. Nothing gets in the way of my photographing your story in the best way possible. 

Please get in touch with me for more information!

 Photo credit: Katie Sokoler

Photo credit: Katie Sokoler

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 Photo credit: Tatiana Brenizer

Photo credit: Tatiana Brenizer

 Photo credit: Raquel Frechette

Photo credit: Raquel Frechette