Tom Leung Photography

location: New York, NY

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phone: (609) 705-1066

willing to travel: Yes

about us
I did not begin my path in Photography until seven years ago, but I always knew I wanted to do it. Ever since I was a kid, I loved to do creative things like sketching and painting. When I became a little older, I would make abstract art in Photoshop just for fun. My dad was creative as well; he did photography as a hobby throughout my childhood. One day, I found some old vintage Nikon cameras with a 50mm and telephoto lens in a closet. Needless to say, I still play around with them today.

our approach / working with us
One of my favorite quotes is, “I have the great privilege of being both witness and storyteller. Intimacy, trust and intuition guide my work.” by Jim Goldberg. I believe the best images come from the natural moments that happen in real life. My intent is to be as low-key as possible while documenting the reality of a wedding day. I love the laughter, tears, and all the emotions that a wedding day has to offer. It's my job to preserve these moments. If my images connect with you, please allow me to tell your story.

why we love weddings
Everyone has their own story about how they got into wedding photography. My passion for wedding photography came on the day of my brother’s wedding. I was the best man and had my camera on me 100% of the day, shooting all candids. This is how I found my journalistic approach to weddings. I had such a great time that I knew right then and there that this was the direction I wanted to pursue in photography. When I’m not shooting weddings, I love street photography. I get my inspiration from all the Magnum photographers. Especially from my favorites: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Elliot Erwitt and the amazing color palette of Steve McCurry.

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