When I’m not capturing rad humans in their element, most days you can find me enjoying a new coffee shop or re-watching The Office!
I’m a luxe wedding and elopement photographer based in New York but can travel anywhere! I'm for the couples who desire meaningful photographs that capture their day and story, who are artsy and intentional, and who put emphasis on connecting with one another. I wanna listen to your story, what makes you two come alive and how it all reflects your wedding day.
“As soon as you meet Thalia, you feel her warm presence, which involves more than physically taking up space, but by listening, speaking carefully and thoughtfully. She was very thorough in getting to know what WE wanted and figured out how she could deliver the easiest and most enjoyable experience. She brought up things that hadn’t even crossed our minds! She was extremely organized, reliable, and was super flexible. With all of the obstacles that come with planning a wedding during a pandemic, Thalia ALWAYS helped make things easier for us. She was such a light through our wedding season! I’m a little camera shy and awkward, but she somehow knows how to simultaneously make you feel comfortable and excited to be the center of attention! She was hands-down, one of THE BEST decisions we made for our wedding.”
“Working with Thalia leading up to the wedding was so easy! On the day of the wedding she made me and my husband feel confident and relaxed. We knew that family portraits weren’t as important to us as the ceremony and reception photos and Thalia did an amazing job capturing the people, emotions, and moments throughout the day and less of the staged portraits which is what we wanted! It was a dream working with her and I hope to be able to hire her again!!”
“I don't even know where to begin. Thalia is a true artist and the photos are gorgeous. But on top of that, her personality and heart are made of pure gold. I am actually obsessed with Thalia and want to be her friend. Her energy is so calming which is perfect for those wedding day jitters. I would go so far as to call her my emotional support photographer!!”