Choose from four different collections to tell the story of the best day ever. Each one can be tailored to include just what you want.

Most popular price? $4000


We specialize in simchas, celebrations and sacraments! You get to enjoy your memorable occasion while we capture priceless memories.



Milestone Images represents joy and artistry, the very best that is possible in family portraiture.



You were referred to be by friends in the disability community. Is my child welcome?

You aren’t just welcome; you are celebrated! Families just like mine can expect a patient, positive and nonjudgmental photo session. From brides with walkers to perfect posing with wheelchairs, Milestone Images meets you where you are, embracing and capturing the essence of you and your loved ones.

Where are you based and do you travel?

I'm located in the heart of the Hudson Valley, just 45 minutes from New York City. The furthest I’ve ever gone for a wedding is New Delhi, India. Weddings within 60 miles of Nanuet, NY do not incur a travel fee.

There are so many wedding photographers out there. What makes you different?

My clients choose to work with me because they know they can trust me. With more than 200 weddings under my belt and twenty years of experience, I’m at the top of my game in terms of the best equipment, high-quality products, and comprehensive data backup for my clients’ irreplaceable photos.

My wedding clients want whole package: beautiful photographs, professional and personable client care, one-of-a-kind products and the freedom to print and share their photos. I strive to be worth every penny.

Plus, I work my butt off for my clients. (It’s true; I have no butt. It fell off back in 2011.)

I see a lot of people who are pretty, witty and gay in your portfolio. We're gay! Are you cool with that?

Of course! I shot my first wedding with two beautiful brides in 2005. Milestone Images is a LGBT*Q and woman-owned business. Gender creative, non-binary individuals, genderqueer and trans* folks are safe with me. Names and pronouns are respected always.

I want to hear your love story. I will root for you behind the camera and shoot your first dance with happy tears in my eyes. (Not too many; the shots will be in focus!)