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Daily News Photographer Andrew Theodorakis


Our Story

Andrew was a photojournalist living in Brooklyn when he fell in love with Kathy, a

School teacher from Long Island.

As their relationship grew, they began to capture life’s special moments through

photos and videos—to tell, in essence, the story of their lives together.

When Andrew and Kathy got married and started a family, the focus shifted to

their children and the couple used their creativity to tell a new story – first steps,

trips to the park, birthdays.

Soon, Andrew and Kathy began helping other couples tell their own stories, of

engagements and weddings, babies and anniversaries.

Those stories built the foundation of Yellow House Images.

Today, Yellow House remains a family-run business but the family has grown.

Working as lead photographer is Ted, Andrew’s lifelong friend and master

craftsman whose work has appeared in Outré Bride, The Knot, and Martha

Stewart Weddings.

And behind the scenes is the larger Yellow House production crew, a talented

group of photo and video editors who weave together special moments

throughout your day into a story that you’ll be able to tell for the rest of your lives.

Your Story

Each wedding we do is unique; each couple has their own story to tell.

We hope to tell these stories through truly authentic moments—a fleeting laugh,

a glint of an eye—that capture the essence of your event.

Our goal is not to intrude but rather to document, to capture these moments with

careful discretion. And we will never compromise the authenticity of these

moments with logistics—we use only natural light and always strive to leave the

best view to your guests. Remember, it’s your day, not ours.

From Montauk to Manhattan, from California to Charleston, the Yellow House

team has told dozens of stories all over the country. These stories have been

nationally recognized—“Best of the Knot” two years running, a Couple’s Choice

award in WeddingWire, a feature in Brides magazine.

But we don’t do this for the recognition. We do it for the stories we’ve been able

to document and for the people we’ve been able to meet.

We know you have your own story—we hope you let Yellow House tell it.