It brings me great joy to capture people, relationships beautiful things and places. I believe every individual's story is an original and their images should reflect that. When a couple entrusts me with capturing them on one of the most important days in their lives together I take this as a special kind of honor. For this reason, I take the necessary time to connect with my clients and get to know them; this connection translates in to client comfort in front of the lens and allows me to capture them in an authentic way.
My photography style is modern, fashion-influenced and in the moment. I aim to create something fresh for each and every client. On a personal note I am a mother of multiples, mother of sons, wife, non-practicing New York lawyer and Co-founder at Lash To Lens. When I don't have camera in hand you will find me making memories with my husband and 3 boys who inspire me to be a do my best.
Award Winning Photos
The Wedding Photojournalist Association proudly recognizes the accomplishments and creative excellence of Kesha. The following awards have been earned by Kesha from the WPJA. These achievements come with great merit considering the high level of competition that a member faces in the contests.
It’s all here in the form of succinct visual storytelling. This poor fella dreads his role at the wedding almost as much as auntie’s red lipstick he wears on his cheek. I’m fairly certain that I’ve seldom seen images as descriptive as this. The poor little guy caught captured for all eternity as the wincing attendant, in glorious lighting. Please crop a tiny bit at bottom and right corner.
This image reminded me of a wall relief sculpture of the three Graces. I love the angle from behind and the inclusion of the crowd. The tilt of the bride's head adds a nice touch of grace.
I thought the body language of this image was powerful. A good angle, but a risky angle by the photographer to get a good shot. The image speaks to the relationship between these women – that there is a closeness between them. I think it is a powerful photo.
I found this image to be superbly jarring. It's a virtual collision of chromatic elements - color and contrast that fits comfortably within a sophisticated composition.