The very first time I talked to Amy and Jerry we all knew right away we were going to get along great! Their New York engagement pictures started in Central Park then we proceeded to their Manhattan rooftop and ended in Times Square. Some couples just have that magic, that unquantifiable connection that seems to fill even the slightest glance with visible energy and they have it in spades. Just fantastic people that are meant to be together!
“Amazing images! Photography was our number one priority when we began wedding planning, so we spent a lot of time researching and interviewing photographers in both Charleston and New York (where we live). We are so lucky Todd was available for our date! From the moment we spoke to him we knew we had found someone exceptional. Todd is just amazingly talented and passionate, not only about his craft but about sharing our story. Most importantly (particularly for my fiancé), he is really cool and easy to get along with. When you start researching photographers, you begin to realize that so many photos are the exact same pose over and over, nothing unique to the couple. So many photographers tout their photojournalistic style, but when you look through a complete wedding album, you find that only a handful of the images are frame-worthy. Todd was able to capture not only the spontaneous moments, but he also gave us some direction. He has an incredible eye for important things like lighting, color, and framing the shot—these are not cookie-cutter shots. Our engagement shoot was in New York, including Central Park and Times Square. Friends and family couldn’t believe the range of amazing pictures—from utterly dramatic to romantic to fun (both our moms cried). After getting to know Todd very well through such an intimate process we really cannot recommend Todd and his team enough. He has gone above and beyond in so many ways. We are looking forward to getting to work with him again on our big day!”
New York Engagement Pictures ©King Street Studios
All photography by Todd Surber
Authored by: Todd Surber