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NY City turned out by the thousands for Gay Pride 2016 and to pay homage to the beautiful souls lost in Orlando. A gorgeous day full of festivity, fun, camp and rainbow flags showed the world again what a great place NYC is.

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Rockefeller Center has got to be one of the most exciting venues to hold a corporate party, and offers its guests among the most spectacular and special views in midtown Manhattan. The space hosts between 300-500 people and the Sea Grill serves delicious food.

If your company is holding a holiday or Christmas party this year, please let us know if Teri Bloom Photography might be of help. Among the most experienced of of NY City’s special event and party photographers, we’ve covered assignments for dozens of NYC’s most prestigious companies and would be thrilled to be of help with yours.

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At a recent fundraising luncheon for a well-known medical center, the guests were treated to a spectacular fashion show featuring one gorgeous gown after another. As a special event photographer in NY City, its always a treat to document such wonderful festivities!

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Being a special event photographer in NY City is never boring… its usually quite fun! Corporate event planners create interesting and entertaining programming that their guests will enjoy, providing great material for photojournalistic photos and social media buzz.

This photo was taken for an international financial firm that engages its guests with the best chess players in the world. In this photo, Magnus Carlson and Gary Kasparov enjoyed a challenging but enjoyable game of chess. What made this match even more special is that the guests actually coached each grandmaster throughout the game.

After the event which was jam-packed, the grandmasters signed chessboards and gave autographs to everyone… while at the same time, reviewing the match’s strategic moves with each other. This NY City professional photographer was left wishing she had learned to play chess, but its never too late!