As someone who’s lived in New York City for most of my life, I’ve covered a lot of ground. With the city spanning over 300-square miles, I’m constantly discovering new places to enjoy. And while there are certainly tourist traps, there are also a lot of places that are touristy for a reason.Read More
Last night, I did an “Ask Me Anything!” on Instagram and I got a TON of amazing questions. I wanted to go more in depth on some of these and answer some of the questions that merited more than a 140-character response, so I figured this would be a great place expand on them.
Being a same-sex couple already made our wedding somewhat untraditional, and we loved the freedom we had to tailor the weekend to our own tastes. Unsurprisingly, the ceremony was perhaps the least by-the-book. When planning the big day, we actually started by looking at the format of a “traditional” ceremony.Read More
When we were choosing a wedding photographer, one of the first people we considered was Emilio Madrid-Kuser. He’s a frequent sight on opening nights and the theater community events as the in-house photographer for Broadway.com, and he’s photographed Scott and I on the red carpet a bunch of times.Read More