You would simply die to get married or remarried for the pleasure of having your wedding images captured in the unique and distinguished Amy Anaiz fashion. She has a style that brings fairy tales to life. Anaiz’s photos have such a deep, majestic richness to them that she is one of the most sought-after wedding photographers in the Big Apple. And that brilliance was honed from an early age.
“My mom is literally a magician with her hands. She can sew, paint, craft and design. You name it and she can master it,” she says. “Growing up in a crafty environment totally made me comfortable with coloring outside the lines. I like to think my eyes inherited the magic.”
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