Bryan Sargent Photography

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New York City Photographer

Bryan Sargent is an award-winning photographer from New York City. His photography services are available for weddings, events and parties, corporate functions, individual or group portraits, and special family occasions.

Bryan has studied at the International Center of Photography. Clients include the Clinton Global Initiative, Simon and Schuster, Urban Girl Squad, Broadview Networks, Damsels in Design, Quentin's Friends, Davis Polk and Wardwell LLP, Nikita and Vesper, ActorIntro, The Golden Door International Film Festival, Salon V, Indego Africa, and Golden Scarab Experiences. His photographs have been featured in The New York Times, Brooklyn Bride, Borrowed & Blue, Equal and Forever, Zagat, Gothamist, Magnet, No Depression, and Jersey City Magazine.

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Bryan Sargent Photography
Bryan Sargent Photography

Devon and Jordan met in Philadelphia in the spring of 2015 on Hinge. Following their first date over coffee in West Philly, Jordan and Devon have traveled the world together (even visiting Jordan’s hometown of Auckland, New Zealand), enjoyed spending time down the shore on Long Beach Island with Devon’s family, attended rugby matches, explored the food scene of Philly and fallen in love.
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Fun-Filled Manhattan Wedding by Bryan Sargent Photography
Fun-Filled Manhattan Wedding by Bryan Sargent Photography

Photographer Bryan Sargent says "Benee and John’s fun-filled day started with their ceremony and the appropriately-named theater, Celebration of Whimsy, in Manhattan’s Lower East Side."
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Chic Manhattan Engagement
Chic Manhattan Engagement

Photographer Bryan Sargent says " Marie and Pat wanted to really highlight different aspects of New York City for their engagement session. We started at the top... Top of the Rock, looking over all of Manhattan. Then it was up to Shakespeare Garden in Central Park to take advantage of the lovely flowers in bloom. "
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