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  • Meet Caroline

    A few things you should know about me...I am passionate about creating wedding photos that are natural, romantic and timeless. My approach to portrait time is to create timeless imagery that captures you two and your unique love in an honest, but gorgeously composed way that looks almost candid. Not a model? No problem! I believe it's a photographer's job, not yours to help you look and feel comfortable in front of the camera! I work in both medium format film and some digital. Film because of its beautiful, soft, fine art qualities and perfect skin tones, and digital because of it's reliability in low light situations.

    In my spare time I read, write poetry, music and mentor other women. Brunch is my favorite meal of the day and my drink of choice is a French 75.

    But enough about me... I look forward to hearing more about you and your wedding plans!

A Free Workshop for New Photographers

Hey Everyone,

I’m so excited to announce that I’ll be helping to lead a workshop this November called IGNITE.   IGNITE is a free workshop for new photographers hosted by NYC SPARK as a service to the photographer community.  Learn more about IGNITE and NYC SPARK by joining the Ignite Facebook group.  Space is limited, so apply now!

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If you are interested in taking your business to the next level, and can’t make it to the workshop or want a more comprehensive mentoring experience,   I’ll be offering a limited number of one-on-one mentoring sessions this winter so check those out as well!



Alley + Joey | DUMBO Engagement Photographer

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Their first date was over.  Joey insisted on calling Alley a car to take her home.  While they were waiting, he bought her a single red rose.  The car arrived and they said goodnight.  Once inside, Alley nervously asked the driver how much her trip back to Brooklyn would cost only to find out that Joey had taken care of it. “That’s when I knew he was a keeper” Alley informed me as we traipsed around DUMBO, Brooklyn’s most photogenic neighborhood.

Joey is in real estate and Alley is a prop stylist.  Is it any wonder that she styled this engagement session perfectly?  “Joey made me promise not to bring any props,” she informed me.   And she was true to her word (unless you count a pink tutu and a tiny bottle of Chanel ), but in the magic neighborhood of DUMBO with its towering bridges and sparkling city lights, no props were needed to create an truly magical engagement session.

Alley and Joey, I had a blast hanging out with you.  Thank you for such a wonderful evening.  I wish you guys a perfectly enchanting wedding day!

Bill Meredith - October 23, 2014 - 8:49 pm

Congrats to both of you! Come back out to CO for a visit soon ya hear!? Love & Cheers!

Alley Colton - October 25, 2014 - 2:26 pm

Thank you Caroline!! For these amazing photos <3

Zack and Joanna | NYC and Vermont Wedding Photographer


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First looks just make me melt- Zack and Joanna were just ecstatic to see each other.
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Zack looking oh-so-dapper…and isn’t this one of the coolest suits you’ve ever seen?

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Joanna – you are just a vision of beauty!!! Film- You never let me down!
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This picture pretty much sums up why I loved spending the day with these two:
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This summer was topped off by Zack and Joanna’s beautiful wedding which took me up to Vermont. Now for those of you who don’t know,  Vermont is one of my favorite places on the East Coast.   Maybe it’s the the miles and miles of unblemished deciduous forests, the morning fog between hills that reminds me of my homeland of Northern California, or the sense of dedication that its residents  have to serving to deliciously fresh, local food.  All I know is that whenever I go to Vermont,  no matter how short the trip, I leave feeling fifty times more relaxed than when I arrived.  So of course I was thrilled when Joanna and Zack asked me to photograph their Vermont wedding.

From what I can tell, Vermont seems to be home to some of the most incredibly fun, relaxed, and adventurous people you will find.  No wonder it fit the bill for Zack and Joanna’s wedding day.  These pictures speak for themselves, that these two know how to have fun. (Yes that is a marching band leading the guests into the reception hall!) As for being relaxed and adventurous, Joanna in her immaculate white dress had no hesitance in hopping on a Gondola, and practically hiking up a mountain for her wedding photos- in fact it was her idea!  (Don’t I have the best clients?)  I wasn’t surprised, but I was a little jealous to find out that these two lovebirds uprooted their lives in Brooklyn in favor of living on their own little farm in Vermont.  But let’s face it, I can barely keep a potted fern alive, much less grow fruits and vegetables!

Farm-to-table is a way of life in Vermont, and Joanna and Zack wanted to give their guests a truly Vermont experience with delicious local cuisine and decorations made of local Vermont flowers and foliage by The Painted Tulip.  Later in the night, guests were treated to Vermont’s claim to fame: Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream.   While it’s more popular as a ski-resort than a summer get-away, The Killington Grand Resort Hotel in Vermont was the backdrop for this gorgeous day, giving Vermont a chance to prove why it’s called the “Green Mountain State.” Indeed, the resort provided a stunning mountain backdrop for their ceremony.  Because Zack and Joanna opted for a first look, after a few quick family photos they were able to enjoy the entirety of their cocktail reception.  After they gathered all the guests in what became a sort-of parade, the reception kicked off with a full dance floor and was full all night thanks to the amazing retro music provided by the entertaining Love Revival Orchestra.

A big hug and thanks Mary Beth and Alex for making the long journey with me and for your incredible work throughout the day.  It’s rare that I have energy to do anything once a wedding is over, but once again Vermont worked its magic and we had enough energy to make the night even more memorable by going dancing at a local spot afterwards.  I miss you Vermont, and I’m dreaming of when I can visit you again!

NYC and Destination Wedding Photographer: Caroline Frost| Band: Love Revival Orchestra | Florist: The Painted Tulip | Dress: Agusta Jones | Invitation Artwork: Greg Stones | Favors: Red Kite Candy | Cake: King Arthur Flower | Suit: Suit Supply in NYC | Bow Tie: General Knot |



Allison - June 7, 2015 - 2:28 am

Beautiful! Any chance you might know the brand/designer of the bridesmaids’ dresses? That color is so pretty.

Lauren and Cole Engaged | NYC Film Wedding Photographer

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Don’t these two look like they walked right off a J. Crew catalog into Central Park?  And you know how I love J. Crew…almost as much as I loved photographing this couple!  Lauren and Cole spent most of their relationship long distance with Lauren living in NYC and Cole living in Texas.  They were married last weekend in Princeton, NJ and that means Lauren will now be moving to Texas to spend every free moment with the love of her life, a luxury neither of them have known until now.   Their engagement session took us from the charming brownstones of the Upper East Side to the Conservatory Garden on the north side of Central Park to capture the beauty of NYC where their relationship blossomed with memories for them to keep with them as they start their new lives together in Texas.  Stay tuned for their Princeton wedding photos coming in just a few weeks!  Their entire session was photographed in medium format film.

Sidney Morgan - October 16, 2014 - 8:02 pm

My favorite shoot you’ve done yet. Such an amazing job, Caroline. Your work inspires me so much! xo

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