I’m Sarah. I craft. I shoot. I thrift. I regularly burn things in the kitchen. I am a photographer raising creatives with my gloriously bearded husband in New York’s capital region. Photography has always been apart of who I am. I first began formal studies in 1998 driving my Chevy Chevette back and forth to photography classes three towns over. I went on to study photography at Hallmark Institute of Photography and later became a proud member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association and The Artistic Guild of the WPJA. I’ve always found myself most at home with artists, and love photographing their processes and spaces. I also adore completely non-traditional weddings, film processing, and dark rooms. My favorite movie scene is in Down by Law. Tom Waits, Roberto Benigni, and John Lurie sing in a prison cell. It’s amazing, and important that you know that.
I think we should hang out and tell your story. We’ll make something beautiful.
I am currently seeking artists who would be willing to let me into their spaces. As is. No propping. No cleaning. Exactly as it is. If you are interested PLEASE let me know!
“The WPJA is a professional organization composed of photojournalists and wedding photographers from around the world. What sets our members apart in the industry is their candid, documentary approach – a distinctly artistic vision toward wedding photography. We offer a new perspective on wedding photography – quietly capturing the real moments as they happen for the bride and groom. It is our goal to use photography to tell the story of your wedding day, not dictate it for you.”
“The Artistic Guild of the Wedding Photojournalist Association is a group of international wedding photojournalists, who capture unscripted wedding moments as they happen, and excel in the art of post-production image processing.
I have been featured on/in:
Where Women Create Business
Offbeat Bride | Offbeat Families | The Knott
The New York Daily News | The Today Show | CNN/Piers Morgan
I have been paid to photograph the following celebrities:
In order of personal importance: Rick Springfield, Lewis Black, STYX, The Pointer Sisters, Bret Michaels, Melissa Ethridge, Judy Collins, Sinbad, and the list goes on.
I totally moonlighted for a hot minute as a celebrity meet and greet photographer.