"Top 10 Wedding Photographer in the World" -- American Photo
"Top 10 Most Sought After Wedding Photographer in the World" -- Rangefinder Magazine
"A very nice couple." -- Ryan's mom.

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Serendipity worked out pretty well for Ryan and Tatiana Brenizer. Both wedding photographers with more than 10 years experience each and more than 1,000 weddings between them, they didn’t mean to fall in love with the photographer whose work and style fit most seamlessly with theirs … it just kind of happened. Realizing that they loved not just each other but the work they produced together, and that they are one of those weird couples who like being around each other literally all the time, they decided to merge their business in 2016, giving a two-for-one effort for clients not just on the wedding day, but with service and communication throughout the entire planning process and beyond.

Ryan comes from a photojournalistic background, having covered each U.S. president since Clinton. During his coverage, he has been blessed by the Pope, stared down by Muhammad Ali, manically glared at by Stephen Colbert, and had his photos of Smokey Robinson featured the in Kennedy Center lifetime tribute ceremony. He teaches wedding photography in lectures and workshops around the globe, with a specialty in “what to do when everything goes wrong.” He is ranked as one of the Top 10 Wedding Photographers in the World by the two top industry magazines, American Photo and Rangefinder. 

Tatiana has worked in essentially every aspect of the photography field, from editorial portraiture to corporate product campaigns, but found her love in weddings more than a decade ago. She has an extremely long list of overjoyed clients, with a lifetime perfect 5.0 customer service score, and a tradition of amazing photojournalism and innovative, playful portraits.

Together, Ryan and Tatiana are the only independent photographers to document the U.S. presidential candidates the last time they meet before the election, and have photographed weddings around the world, including Chile, Vietnam, Singapore, Hong Kong, Ireland, the Bahamas, and many more, as well as essentially every street corner in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

PRICING

We know that weddings can be stressful — especially since we had three different weddings to each other! We want to make the process as simple and stress-free as possible, not just in our mannerisms but in our business model as well. Our packages are extremely simple and do away with hidden costs, always including normally cost-inflating items like two super-experienced photographers and full-resolution non-watermarked photos.

Our wedding packages begin at $3750 and all packages come with images delivered in full resolution, each delivered in both color and black and white.

Full price-sheet available upon request.

VIDEOS

We have been covered involved with various video productions over the years that illustrate more about who we are and how we work.

As part of a course with CreativeLive, Ryan talks about why moments are the most important thing in wedding photography

Photographer Anna Nguyen talks about us on Scott Kelby’s show “The Grid.” We did photograph her wedding.

Ryan has been lucky enough to have a longstanding relationship with B&H Photo, and previously other retailers such as Adorama or even being the first writer for Amazon’s past effort to feature creator blog. Ryan and Tatiana head out to an engagement shoot while Ryan discusses what the concept of “photographic style” means to them.

Ryan is an industry leader and educator, and has spoken at many events over the years about the things that are truly important in wedding photography. Here he is speaking at the Canada Photo Convention.

Interested in an engagement session? This B&H video focuses specifically on how we approach them and why you may want to consider one!

Long interview with the “Framed” web show, mostly about the “Brenizer Method,” a photo technique Ryan developed and popularized in 2008. It has been used all over the world, is taught in photography schools, and even has a wikipedia page.