Jewish Wedding

As photographers and married people, we have always loved photographing Jewish wedding ceremonies. There is something so special about the sacred, meaningful traditions that go back hundreds of years and have deep roots not just in the history of marriage but in the history of the Jewish people. We have had the great honor to photograph many Jewish weddings all over the world – including in Israel itself. We’ve photographed Jewish wedding in historic temples, on windy beaches, in green pastures, in elegant ballrooms. Each aspect of the day is so important, and also so photogenic.


Alicia&Scot

Ritz-Carlton South Beach, Ritz-Carlton, Miami Beach, Florida

Alicia and Scot gave their guests the full Miami experience, with a rehearsal dinner at Nikki Beach and wedding at the Ritz.

Golnaz&Jeff

Ralston Hall Mansion, Belmont, California

A Jewish-Persian wedding celebration featuring the most excited-to-be-married couple we’ve ever seen.

Tum&Eli

Key Biscayne, Florida

Eli gave up a life of touring with rock bands to build a family and home with a beautiful blonde girl named Tum.

Jean&Michael

Hotel California, Todos Santos, Mexico

The Hotel California in Todos Santos remains one of our favorite wedding destinations of all time.

Danielle&Alex

Ritz-Carlton Naples, Ritz-Carlton, Naples, Florida

From the rehearsal dinner and pajama party (everyone wore matching pajamas embroidered with the couple’s silhouettes) to the belly dancer at the reception, Alex and Danielle kept everyone fully entertained.

Kim&Peter

Cornell University, Cornell, New York

Since Kim and Peter’s wedding in 2009, they have moved down the street from us and we have become the best of friends. We really can’t imagine life without these two.

Josh&Adam

San Francisco, California

Josh and Adam live in New York City, but traveled to San Francisco to be legally wed last weekend. We felt like we were taking part in history by witnessing their ceremony, which was held at the Temple Emanu-El, with a dinner afterward at Pres a Vis in the Presidio.