Thank you for checking out this website. And congratulations on your upcoming Bar or Bat Mitzvah!
How exciting! Now, let’s guarantee you have a fantastic and enjoyable day – full of meaning, accomplishment, and fun! (Believe it or not, that does take some planning!)

This webpage is not for every
Mitzvah…is it for you?

If you are looking to have an “average” Bar/Bat Mitzvah – one that is stressful and not very organized, one where the guests hardly get to see you, one where you are so exhausted that you can hardly smile. One where it seems like you’re constantly putting out “fires” and solving emergencies. One where “so many things just went wrong”…

Then this webpage is not for
you. Please read no further.


…if you’re a mom or dad who wants this Coming-of-Age event to be PERFECT: if you want to enjoy every minute of your day; if you want to spend wonderful, quality time with your guests; if you want to remember with happy tears in your eyes all the emotion and joys of the day…

Then you’ve come to the right place.

You want your son or daughter’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah to be a wonderfully emotional day. You want to have everything go smoothly and perfectly, you want to have a great time. You want to see all your guests, and have them also have a fun time. Well, believe it or not, the photographer and videographer you select to document your Mitzvah can make or break your special day – not just your photographs and video!

Because your photographer and videographer have a big influence on how the day goes, by the way he treats you and your loved ones, and the way he conducts himself throughout the event. And, of course, the photographs and the video should tell the story of the Bar or Bat Mitzvah in a beautiful way, with a tempo and flow that represent how the day unfolded.
All of these memories pass so quickly. The food is eaten, the flowers wilt, and the DJ packs up his speakers…

it’s the photographs and video that remain.

That’s why photography and video are so important to help make this a day you will always remember.