Hi, I’m George.

In case you don’t know me, I’m a non-traditional wedding photographer, based out of scenic Bloomfield, NJ and serving rock & roll couples in the Tri-State area.

My style isn’t very traditional; it’s a fun blend of photojournalism and stylized portraits. I’m a firm believer in stress-free wedding photography. I’m there to photograph the biggest party you’re going to throw in your life and I want to document it with as few interruptions as possible. I have back-up plans for my back up plans, I’m a tiny bit eccentric and I love making people laugh. In other words, my style is fun. 

PS: I’m the one with the pink boa.

Merci New York

We can’t get enough of this fun loving couple! We especially adore the gritty urban cityscape, bright pops of color, array of creative props and nontraditional poses captured in the engagement session. Plus, Kimberly and Andrew look like they had nothing short of an absolute blast!

WeddingWire Couple's Choice Awards 2015

WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards recipients represent the top five percent of wedding professionals within the WeddingWire Network who demonstrate excellence in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism.

The Coordinated Bride

Stephanie and Marty got married in 2013 at the Shelter Rock Jewish Center in Roslyn, New York. Stephanie looked absolutely amazing in her Tara Keely gown and believe it or not, her bridesmaids wore white!

NJ Weddings

It’s fantastic to see a newspaper willing to post some more non-traditional weddings. I love photographing relaxed weddings like this one. These brides spared no expense on the venue and decor, but made sure they included their own flair throughout — don’t miss the machine gun wedding cake

Like What You See?

Let’s get together to talk about your wedding and check out some albums? The easiest way to get in touch with me is to click the button below and fill out the form with your important details. I offer flexible evening and weekend hours, so you don’t have to skip out of work early. I can also be reached by carrier pigeons, ravens and Morse code.