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How to Photograph Love with Susan Shek

Updated: Jul 17, 2020

Today’s featured guest is Susan Shek. Susan is a New York City wedding photographer who, over the past 9 years, has been capturing love and telling love stories.

I was born and raised in New York City. I was always interested in photography and took a lot of Polaroids. When the digital cameras came around I quickly picked up my love for photography and enjoyed capturing portraits and travel photos.

Photography has always been an important part of my life, and I enjoy waking up for it everyday. I have spent the past 9 years capturing love and telling love stories though my photos. I do everything in-house, from editing to album design. I also have a second shooter, partner, Mike that I have been best friends with for the past 17 years that gets my vision. Together we see the same story and produce amazing results for our clients.

What sets me apart from other wedding photographers is that I am there for you from the minute we start communicating, I am the one that is present on your wedding day, not some big company where you are hooked up with an associate you never meet until your big day. I am there to assist you with any friend-vendor recommendations, pinning the boutonnières, and most importantly there to witness your special day. Maybe I should have been a wedding planner too. Heehee. Please check out my reviews across the web for more references.

When I’m not photographing weddings, I am spending time with my boyfriend, cooking, or volunteering and rescuing puppies for Social Tees Animal Rescue.

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