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Edith Wharton Estate Wedding in Lenox, Massachusetts: Sara +Serge

Serge and Sara

It’s always an exciting honor to photograph the weddings of friends. I’ve known Serge since he was in his Freshman year at California Institute of the Arts. He is an incredibly talented graphic designer, artist, and thinker. When I met his beautiful lady Sara who is an excellent poet and a teacher, I knew immediately that they were the perfect match.

Serge and Sara had a destination wedding of sorts, bringing their close friends and family together for a few days of fun in Lenox, Massachusetts, just a few hours North of New York City. Their wedding was held at Edith Wharton’s estate, The Mount. Walking into Edith Wharton’s house makes you feel like you’re stepping back in time and transports you to another world. It was the perfect location for a wedding and I loved incorporating details of the house and grounds into their photos.

I was lucky to have my good friend and kick-ass photographer Jacklyn Greenberg of Jag Studios along for the day. Planning and details were expertly handled by the cool and classy masterminds at Glitter and Rye. The beautiful flower work was done by Crocus Hale Flowers. The event was catered by Mezze Events.

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

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Serge and Sara

Photo by Jacklyn:
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Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

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Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

Photo by Jacklyn:
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Photo by Jacklyn:
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Serge and Sara

Serge and Sara

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Ever since I was 17 I’ve had a thing for cameras. I’ve got quite a collection; A few 35mm film cameras, two 6x7s, a 6×4.5, Holga, Lomo, a twin lens, and my stable of digital equipment. But there’s one very small camera that I never leave home without, my iPhone. The few times that I’ve misplaced or lost my phone, my biggest fear is that I’ll miss the chance to photograph some interesting person or moment. There’s always some element that draws me in to take a picture. It may take 100 frames until the right elements align or as I put it, the magic happens. I’ve found that strapped with my iPhone, headphones, and maybe even a cup of coffee to sip on, I can really become inconspicuous.

Up until this point my iPhone photos have been like a coveted collection of miniatures in my Instagram gallery. This New Year, as a gift to myself, I worked long and hard to cull my favorites out of the thousands of photos I’ve taken with this camera over the last two years. It’s been a long time coming.

Wishing you all a wonderful 2014!

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Find me on Instagram at Elizabeth Lloyd

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Rangefinder – Our Pics of the Year 2013

I’m so excited to have a photo chosen for the December issue of Rangefinder Magazine in their Pics of the Year 2013.

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My shot is the one in the upper right. It’s of Caroline and Sean on the subway in New York on their wedding day. Big thanks to the great photographer and WPPI Director Jason Groupp for choosing this image among his favorites.

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Jason Groupp’s caption and the photo.
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Alex and Evita’s Wedding in Punta de Mita, Mexico

Meet the Wongs. They are really special.


Before I get into my top pics from the day, one of my favorite wedding blogs is featuring Evita and Alex’s wedding. Junebug is run by two wedding photographers that have a great appreciation for photography, so while being a great resource for couples planning their weddings, they always keep it interesting for us photographers by showcasing quality photography. It’s an honor to make it onto their blog. Click on the image below to see the feature as well as the off-the-charts videos by FortyOneTwenty. While Evita was getting dolled up, they made a legit music video with Alex.
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This is where I spend half of each year and photograph couples that know what they’re doing by getting married in this paradise…


Wedding Venue: Casa China Blanca, Punta de Mita, Mexico (Also the house in the film ‘Limitless’)
Outrageous rockstar couple: Evita and Alex
Catering: Magic workers Plush
Design and planning: The amazing team The Dazzling Details
Second photographer: The talented Dave Getzschman of Chrisman Studios




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Congratulations Evita and Alex. It was such an honor to document your Mexico extravaganza!

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ISPWP Spring Contest

I’m so happy to have placed 8th in the ISPWP Spring 2013 contest. It’s an honor to be included among so many great photographers and photographs! Thank you ISPWP. Here is the link to all of the results.

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Wendy and Rob’s Puerto Vallarta Wedding Featured on Style Me Pretty

I’m happy to announce that Wendy and Rob’s wedding is on Style Me Pretty’s Destination Blog today! From custom labeled hot sauce to homemade fans, Wendy went to town on the decorations of their wedding. With the help of the awesome team Vallarta Incredible Weddings, everything was perfect. Here are a few of my favorites from their day. Thanks to my right hand woman Yanen Ali for second shooting with me. Felicidades Wendy and Rob!







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Click on the image below to see Wendy’s great DYI details and the work of Vallarta Incredible Weddings:

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Junebug Weddings Best of the Best 2012

I spent a month in Kenya recently (photos to come!) and while on the road received the greatest news that Junebug Weddings selected one of my images to be included in their collection of the 50 best wedding images of 2012. They received over 7,000 submissions from 39 countries and year after year their selections blow my mind. It’s a huge honor for me to be included in this year’s collection along with some of the most talented wedding photographers in the world.

Click the image below to be taken to Junebug’s Best of the Best 2012 gallery.

The winning image from Sean and Caroline’s New York City wedding.

Thanks to Junebug for continually recognizing great photography and to Sean and Caroline for trusting me to document your wedding day.

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Sheena + Moni – Santa Teresa, Costa Rica Wedding

A few flights, a puddle jumper, and a long drive through rain damaged roads away is the small town of Santa Teresa, Costa Rica where my two friends Sheena and Monihan got married and spent an epic week with friends and family. You might remember them from their City Hall, New York photos where they tied the knot officially.

Moni’s sister Aimee Monihan of Tropical Occasions and Santa Teresa Beach Weddings was the mastermind behind the week of festivities. She is a true talent.

Destination Weddings Magazine is on newsstands now and featuring their wedding. The cover is by Elizabeth Messina:

Here are a few of my favorites.

Sheena in her Sari on the evening of their rehearsal dinner.

The crew in saris and kurtas.

On the morning of their wedding, Sheena’s mom found the town church to say some prayers for them.

Tara St. James of the awesome Study New York clothing line doing finishing touches on Sheena’s dress. She reinvented an Alexander McQueen design for Sheena.

Minutes before the ceremony it started to rain.

In an entrance with flare, Monihan ran up the beach and threw his umbrella.

Waiting to walk down the aisle.

The ring bearer, digging the rings out of the sand.

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Aimee + John – Descanso Gardens, Los Angeles Wedding

“There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor.”
― Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol

I think everyone at Aimee and John’s wedding including myself, caught the bug. Even when the car service didn’t show up at the W Hotel to take us to the ceremony, nothing stopped these two from smiling. Instead we squeezed into the cars we had including mine. The combination of their love, the good nature of this crowd, and the stunning backdrop of the Descanso Gardens made for a magical day.

John waiting for Aimee…

The best idea for a guest book. Witty friends essential…

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Sean + Caroline – A New York City Wedding

Sean and Caroline decided to do a destination wedding in New York so that they could keep their wedding intimate, low key, and something they would really enjoy. They got ready at a hotel in Times Square which made for a fun New York backdrop. Everyone met in the Conservatory Gardens of Central Park where the officiant and musicians were waiting. No chairs, no decorations, just a sweet ceremony. Tourists and garden lovers milled about while Sean and Caroline exchanged vows. Afterwards we took some photos in the garden and then walked through Harlem to take the subway downtown. They had a lovely dinner at the hidden gem Freeman’s on the Lower East Side. Roaming the streets of New York with my camera is one of my favorite things and it was such a pleasure to do so with Sean and Caroline on their special day.

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