New York City Photographer Karen Haberberg Opens New Location In Chelsea

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New York City portrait photographer Karen Haberberg has opened a new location in Chelsea. She hopes this new location in the trendy, art neighborhood will make her more accessible to new clients.

Hopefully my new Chelsea location will help make my boutique photography business more accessible to new clients.

New York City Photographer Karen Haberberg has just opened up a new location on W 18th Street in Manhattan.

Chelsea, the neighborhood surrounding her new location, is largely residential and includes a sizable historical district. Home to the Fashion Institute of Technology and the School of Visual Arts, Chelsea has a powerful artistic community. It is located between the Garment District, the Flatiron District, and the Meat Packing District, and it is considered part of Manhattan’s West Side.

This New York City Portrait Photographer offers a wide range of portrait styles, including professional portraits, family portraits, school portraits, wedding pictures, and baby and infant photography. She also offers her services as a NYC Senior Portrait Photographer. She operates within New York City, with a range that now stretches across Manhattan (including Chelsea, the Upper West Side, the Upper East Side), Brooklyn, and even Central Park.

Haberberg's photography services include

  • Baby portraits
  • Infant portraits
  • Child portraits
  • Maternity portraits
  • Family portraits
  • Celebration photography
  • Wedding photography
  • Teen/Senior High School portraits

Haberberg prides her photography on its organic feel, and she makes sure to give each client the personal service and attention they need, including lessons in photography. According to Haberberg, “The new location is right in the heart of Chelsea, NYC, which brings me closer to a lot more venues for my candid photography. Hopefully, it will help make my boutique photography business more accessible to new clients.”

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