Elijah Lisyany is a premier Western Mass wedding photographer providing portrait and wedding photography services throughout all of New England.
Today, Elijah works as a professional commercial wedding photographer throughout the Western Mass Area. His hobbies include spending time and traveling with his wife Irina, photographing sports, studio, and landscape images. God created an amazing planet and photography is his way of being creative and not only see but capture the magic of the world around me through a lens and “paint that image with light”.
In addition to wedding photography, Elijah provides Massachusetts engagement photography services. These sessions provide beautiful images that celebrate the love of each of his couples and serve as a great way to build a relationship and get to know each couple’s style before the wedding. Elijah also conducts portrait sessions in his studio or on location and provides a diverse set of portraits styles for different uses.
I was fortunate to photograph Nick and Amy’s beautiful wedding in Amy’s hometown of Farmington, Connecticut. Their wedding started with a Baraat, which is a traditional Indian processional for the groom, where guests had the opportunity to dance their way to the ceremony. The ceremony took place outdoors at Farmington Gardens, a renovated greenhouse that provided a beautiful backdrop for a fusion Hindu-Catholic ceremony. The couple made every effort to bring their families, cultures, religions, and music together in a wonderful Sunday afternoon ceremony and reception. From the poppy bold colors of blue and orange, to the blue skies, and amazing atmosphere of their reception, I must say I enjoyed every aspect of their wedding!! Enjoy a few snippets below and feel free to leave a comment :)
Introducing to you Mr. & Mrs. Novenko, tied the knot on June 13th, 2015!! These two are meant for each other in every way. It was a beautiful day all around, weather could not have been anymore perfect, and they were surrounded by lots of family and friends! Enjoy a few snippets of their big day! Congratulation to the Newlyweds!!
One of my favorite things to do in photography, is shooting family gatherings, the time when everyone is gathered together to share warm, happy memories, a place where everyone is relaxed and gathered to celebrate and be together. On July 31st, we celebrated the Union of Nelly and Slava, by far their small wedding was my favorite to date. Before dinner, we went to Elizabeth Park Rose Garden for a photo session and had a chance to do a few shots, minutes before a massive downpour. Nevertheless, nothing could beat their intimate sit down dinner at Rizzutos Restaurant and the love they have for each other!! Enjoy s few snippets from their day and many blessings to the newlyweds.
A Connecticut wedding at the Tyrone Farm. Jeremy and Chelsea tied the knot! It was such an honor to be part of their amazing event. The weather was amazing, flowers were fully bloomed, everything was just phenomenal. To be honest, Tyrone farm is probably one of the neatest places I have ever shot in the past few years. It is incredibly beautiful and serene, and was the perfect backdrop for this fun, easy-to-photograph couple. Anyways, enjoy some of my favorites!
Congrats to Yevgeniy & Yelena! I had the pleasure of traveling to Jacksonville, Florida to shoot their wedding. I tremendously enjoyed two aspects of my trip, the awesome couple & Jacksonville! I was so excited to pack up my gear and fly down to JAX because I knew their wedding was going to be amazing. I mean look at them, together they are one amazing looking couple! I thoroughly enjoyed being a part of their day. Both families and friends were so excited for them. The entire wedding day was filled with so many smiles, laughs, hugs and tears. Yevgeniy & Yelena, we wish you nothing but the best in this exciting new time in your lives! Thank you for letting me be a part of your day! It was such an honor! There’s so much more amazing pictures that I have yet to edit but take a peak at some of my faves from that day! Enjoy!