ABOUT BRIAN DORSEY
American Photo calls him “One of the Top 10 Wedding Photographers in the World. The world's best wedding planners call him all the time.
Brian is known as a master of creating photographs that radiate honest personality. Clients consider him a godsend since he does all of that without posing.
He's the rare photographer that actually makes brides more comfortable. He's the one that mother's adore, that grandmothers fall in love with and that guests didn't really know was there.
Yes, his work is outstanding - but it's his passion for it all, his sincere personality and his sense of humor that allow him to make it happen. And that's what truly sets him apart.
Brian's is a regular contributor to New York Magazine, Town & Country, Style Me Pretty, The Knot and his work often appears in The New York Times, Martha Stewart Weddings as well as many international publications like Cosmopolitan (China), and The Bund.
He travels the world for events in destinations in Europe, the Caribbean and Central and South America to locations including: Italy (Florence, Ravello, Capri), Anguilla, St. Barts, Harbor Island and Paradise Island - The Bahamas, Rio, Sao Paolo, Acapulco, Kauai, Bermuda, and many more. He is represented in the Far East by Dimemor.
Brian lives in Manhattan with his wife, two boys and dog and thinks this whole write-up is really dry and boring. Oh, and he can tie a bow tie which has saved many a groom's ass. There, he added that part.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS & ACCOLADES
- New York Magazine says "Universally considered tops"
- American Photo Magazine's "Top 10 Wedding Photographers in the World".
- Junebug weddings call Brian one of the "World's Best Photographers".
- Rangefinder Photography Magazine's "Top 10 Most Sought After Wedding Photographers"
- The Knot Magazine - Best of Wedding Photography 2008-2013
His unique photographic style is a dynamic and artful blend of photojournalism and lifestyle environmental portraiture in which his subjects are idealized but maintain an unusual sense of joy and realism. On the other hand, environmental elements are usually incorporated as they are found which serves to anchor moments at a specific period of time and place and provides both visual interest and a layered complexity to the work.