Romantic New York City Inspiration from Kaylea Moreno
 
In all the world there is no heart for me like yours.
In all the world there’s no love for you like mine.
— Maya Angelou

An image can fill you with emotion and allow you to escape to another time and place. Imagery has the power to move you, to transport you, to change you. In a setting so classic we are overcome with the beauty that lies before us in every image. We find ourselves experiencing this very day along with photographer K.R. Moreno and were overjoyed to be along for the journey. 

From photographer Kaylea Moreno: "This submission was captured during the Gather and Grow shootout in NYC during January this year. The purpose of the shootout was for us to come together and have a day to let ourselves be creative without outside pressure. The hosts filled each room in the building with beautiful things and we each took our turns shooting. This day was truly an experience and one I will forever treasure."

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Photography: K.R. Moreno | Workshop: Gather & Grow | Venue: The Metropolitan Building | Stylist: Chic and Pretty Events | Makeup: Natalia B Beaty | Hair: Reflection Hair Design | Gown: Anna Campbell from Lovely Bride | Jewelry: Petals and Stones | Florals: Lori-Lee Floral | Calligraphy: Seniman Calligraphy | Vintage Rentals & Tabletop: The Tabletop Company | Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes | Rings: Victor Barbone Jewelry | Cake: Sugar Couture | Suit: The Black Tux | Ribbon: Bellame Ribbon | Styling Boards: Curio and Oak | Linens: La Tavola Linens

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Through a keen eye for detail and a passion to capture imagery with the goal of story telling, I found my niche in wedding photography. I am committed to preserving the small and large moments that make up the memory of your wedding day. While I strive to capture organic and natural moments, I am also passionate about crafting emotive Images that express all of the sentiment of a wedding day. Both of these elements combined have defined my unique style and approach.
— Kaylea Moreno