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It may come as a surprise that a pair of New Yorkers would ever want to consider “tiny house living.” Our lives are already pretty compartmentalized, and our apartment would easily be considered “tiny” by anyone living in the other forty-nine states. But with recent design trends focusing on simple living, and scores of articles extolling the virtues of minimalism, we decided to grab the dog, pack the car and head up to the Hudson Valley to Think Big — A Tiny House Resort.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
When we first started planning our honeymoon, the first thing we agreed on was that we wanted to meet elephants. We’d both had fantasies of seeing an elephant up close — and were pretty sure we would both burst into tears.Read More
When Scott and I got engaged in the fall of 2017, we had our mind set on planning the wedding ceremony, but we were just as excited to plan the big trip we would take after. Scott and I love traveling — we always say that we’re happiest as a couple when we’re exploring a new place together.Read More
For Pride this year, Scott and I did a little staycation in the city for the weekend. We stayed at the new Hilton Embassy Suites in midtown, just steps from the parade route. Hilton has been a long standing supporter of the LGBT community, making it a optimal place to stay for Pride events.Read More