sophisticated storytelling.
authentic moments.
editorial style.
events worldwide.

Modern bride with bridal bouquet coming down the steps at the University Club of New York in Manhattan. Satin wedding dress by Jason Wu available at Net-a-Porter. Photographed by New York wedding photographers NONESUCH NYC.
A simple but chic wedding bouquet of white calla lilies. A perfect summer flower arrangement for all types of event spaces. This subtle style, added a modern airy feel, to the already warm ambience of the Gramercy Park Hotel wedding venue in Manhattan, New York. Image by destination wedding photographers Nonesuch NYC.
Picture of outdoor garden ceremony at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida. It is one of the top luxury wedding venues in South Florida. It has a 1950s Italian Renaissance flare, perfect for black-tie events with wedding guests of 125 and above. Image by destination wedding photographers Nonesuch NYC.
Newly wed couple kissing on marble staircase, with art deco floor below. One of the top New York hotels for hosting your wedding, the Baccarat Hotel has french inspired Versailles salons. Guests enjoy cocktail hour at the bar Les Boissons, before having an unforgettable culinary affair with Michelin chef Shea Gallante, in the Harmonie Room for the wedding reception. Image by Manhattan wedding photographers Nonesuch NYC.
Modern bride with bridal bouquet coming down the steps at the University Club of New York in Manhattan. Satin wedding dress by Jason Wu available at Net-a-Porter. Photographed by New York wedding photographers NONESUCH NYC.
Wedding guests entering the William Vale Ballroom and Salon, following a rooftop ceremony above the Westlight bar, with spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline. Located in Williamsburg, the William Vale is one of Brooklyn’s best wedding venues besides being a luxury boutique hotel. Catering is provided by Noho Hospitality group. The average wedding cost at The William Vale ranges between $38,000 and $42,000 for an event with 100 guests.
Groom looking back at the Manhattan skyline, before heading to the rooftop Jewish wedding ceremony in Brooklyn, New York. The wedding venue is the William Vale boutique hotel in Williamsburg. He wore a black Tom Ford tux from Barneys. You can see the Empire State building in the background. Photograph by New York wedding photographers Nonesuch NYC.
Bride sitting in private timber shingled villa at Amanyara Resort, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. She reads a letter from the groom during her bridal prep, hours before the ceremony on a half a mile of private beach. She booked destination wedding photographers, Nonesuch NYC, for her destination wedding in the Caribbean.
Photos of gifts for bridal party. Housed in signature blue boxes from Tiffany & Co., these wedding party gifts were given to bridesmaids and groomsmen. Any ideas what’s inside? Jewelry, engraved accessories? Tiffany gift ideas are always in fashion. Image by Nonesuch NYC
Wedding guests light sky wish lanterns at Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa. A beautiful idea to end a summer wedding reception on the beach with family and friends. Summer weddings in the Hamptons are always a memorable escape from the city. Photos by New York based wedding photographers Nonesuch NYC.
Photo of the bride approaching De Seversky Mansion in Old Westbury, New York. To fit the historic wedding venue, the couple chose to rent an antique car, a vintage white Rolls Royce. Photography by Nonesuch NYC.



wherever, whenever, we will be by your side


destination photographers.

Although we are based in Manhattan, New York, over half of the events we cover each year are destinations spread throughout the United States, and worldwide. Due to both our commercial and event photography assignments, besides New York, we regularly work with clients in Miami and Los Angeles, in addition to our hometowns of Seattle, Washington and Athens, Greece.

Planning an overseas destination wedding? We have extensive experience working abroad, and since 2005 have been fortunate to cover events in over 14 countries.

- seattle (branch office)

(additional areas we regularly serve)
- miami/palm beach
- los angeles
- Greece/Greek islands



A picture of wedding guest place cards, with elegant black wax seal and handwritten calligraphy. This blend of timeless romance and modern aesthetic, fit the couple’s city wedding at the Bowery Hotel in Manhattan, New York. Following a cocktails on the Bowery Terrace, guests picked up their personalized monochromatic stationary before proceeding to the reception.
Pictured are two wedding guests enjoying cocktails at Capitale New York City. They are wearing bowties and tuxedos for this black tie event at one of Manhattans most exquisite wedding venues.
Newly wed couple’s kissing on balcony as seen from the Mediterranean Courtyard. The photoshoot took place before the reception in the Magnolia Room, at the Breakers Palm Beach, Florida. Photography by destination wedding photographers Nonesuch NYC.
A stunning bride in her Elie Saab gown. She stands against the walls at Villa D’Este on Lake Como, in Italy. Villa D’Este is the most famous and luxurious wedding venue on Lake Como. It has both indoor, and outdoor options, for the ceremony and reception. Its 25 acres come at a princely price, but your guests will enjoy their stay. For her destination wedding in Lake Como, the bride chose Nonesuch NYC, destination wedding photographers based in Manhattan.
A couple’s first dance following their Jewish wedding ceremony at Gotham Hall, in Manhattan. One of the most expensive venues in Manhattan, it is located at 1356 Broadway, and has a 9000 sq ft ball room with 70ft ceilings. The groom wears a Hugo Boss tuxedo, and the bride wears a Vera Wang gown. Photo by Nonesuch NYC, award-winning photographers in New York.
Groom prep at the Williamsburg Hotel in Brooklyn, New York. The groom’s love for Tom Ford is apparent, in the vintage pilot sunglasses, and Tuscan Leather fragrance. Fashion, and art books adorn the suite. His Omega Deville watch, rests by chance on a book titled “A Man & His Watch”. Photography by Nonesuch NYC.
From a destination wedding in the village of OIa, in Santorini, Greece. Pictured is a metal art installation outside the wedding reception at Mystique Luxury Collection Hotel. Photo by destination wedding photographers Nonesuch NYC.
Mini pyramid wedding cakes for each guest. These individual wedding cakes served at the reception, had raspberry lava oozing from their tops. All part of the desert experience at the Mandarin Oriental in New York City. Photo by Nonesuch NYC a Manhattan based photography studio.
The groom’s blue velvet Kippah, hand embroidered with gold thread. This Jewish yamaka lays on a marble slab at the Angel Orensanz Foundation. A spectacular wedding venue in Manhattan’s Lower Eastside. Image by photographers Nonesuch NYC.
The groom’s mother places his boutonniere, on his one button tuxedo by the fashion designer Isaia. Both the ceremony and reception took place at the Metropolitan Club in New York City. One of Manhattan’s most expensive private social clubs for hosting a wedding. The average wedding cost begins at $20,000. Image taken by Nonesuch NYC.
The bride is ready for the wedding ceremony to begin at the Flaglar Museum in Palm Beach, Florida. Wearing her vintage bridal shoes by Azzedine Alaia she is off to meet her groom. Photo by destination wedding photographers in Palm Beach, Nonesuch NYC.

your style is our style



We blend an unobtrusive documentary approach, with the editorial aesthetic of fashion and lifestyle photography.  Coming from a commercial background, we understand that clients have different aesthetics and expectations. However, the desired end result for images is the same. Clients want things to look their best! They want imagery that not only engages the viewer, but that embellishes and showcases their “brand aesthetic”, in a sophisticated manner. Your event may be of a personal nature, but it should not be approached with a lesser standard. As a couple, what have you decided will be your event’s “brand aesthetic”? Define its look, its feel, and visualize its memorability factor.

We do not believe in having a signature style…we believe in your style, your story, and exquisitely documenting the experience you wish to create!




routine communication during the pre-event period


We prefer to work with you through out the planning stages, rather than attempting to get to know you a few days before your event. On such an intimate day, let’s not be strangers! We want to build a relationship so you can utilize our years of experience, to help you make refined decisions regarding details. These elements set the mood of your day and create a unique aesthetic that defines the event for your guests. As visual storytellers, these things are all of equal importance for us to photograph. Not only everyone, but everything, plays a role in creating the final experience.

A high-end result, requires planning and understanding of what you have envisioned, so we can produce the polished magazine-worthy imagery that you expect.



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art book.

Besides playing a role in decorating our interior spaces, art books of all genres, play an important role in our daily inspiration. They are a source to enrich and stimulate our creative sides. A quality art book will always have a clear vision, in regards to the story it will tell, and the emotions it will evoke. It will be supported by skillful art direction, meticulous edits, and a well-planned layout that compliments the subject matter, delivering the greatest impact!

Your wedding album showcases your most intimate moments, shouldn’t it be a work of art?






wall art.

Stylize your space with our magazine worthy images.  Besides the option of printing on the highest quality fine-art papers, we will help you choose those images that will be the most timeless, and can even assist you in designing a layout with the most artistic flair.





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