About Us

Who are we? Where do we come from? What do we do for fun?

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Our Approach
Our approach is pretty simple. We stand back to capture the candid and real moments. This is the photojournalistic side. But more importantly, we know when to step in to help you look your best. No one wants to pose, but if we left it all up to chance, we would only be doing half our job. We know how to pose you to create real looking moments. Many images on our site appear to be candid, but are really the result of us putting you into a position to create natural looking moments.

Our Story
Rob needed a second shooter last minute, and Lindsay, who was working for Vera Wang and was an art school graduate. And what better way to spend time together, travel, and create than team up for weddings. Since then, Rob and Lindsay have photographed over 50 wedding in multiple countries, and even more states. Lindsay's visual aesthetic serves as the perfect compliment to Rob's more technical approach to photography. We love working together, and think you'll have some fun with too! 

Rob
I'm a born and raised New Yorker. I started my photography career shooting celebrity events, concerts, and portraiture for industry giant WireImage, and eventually landing with Getty Images. I have served as official photographer for New York Fashion Week, US Open, Lollapalooza, Sundance Film Festival, and TriBeca Film Festival. I am also the touring photographer for Champions Series Tennis, featuring players like Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, and John McEnroe. 

I recently wrapped filming of my first feature length documentary this past fall, and have been filming and shooting campaigns and commercials for brands like Avon, Tag Heuer, Garnier, Krups Coffee, and OpenTable.

Lindsay
I grew up in Southern California before moving to New York to study art and painting at Pratt Institute. Since moving to New York for college, I've worked with some amazing companies. I worked for Vera Wang in NYC (Rob's note - Vera personally invited her after meeting at a restaurant), and that experience has helped out more than one bride on her wedding day. I eventually moved on to become the creative director at Uptempo Magazine, but soon found that my career was pulling me more towards freelance work.

Today I work with several lifestyle brands in NYC and California, photographing and helping to build their social and brand identity. These days I am bicoastal, and the juxtaposition of Brooklyn and San Diego fit me just fine.