NewpartyphotoWe have lots of party pictures from the PDN Photo Annual Party, held May 20 at the Tribeca Skyline Studios!

We have so many photos, in fact, that if you were among the winners, contest judges, sponsors and friends who attended the PDN Photo Annual party, be sure to check out our online galleries of party photos.  You’re likely to find a photo of yourself.

Richard Marot took some great photos at the Sony Studio. (Offer people a few props and the assistance of fashion stylist Ian Heath, and they can’t wait to strike a pose.)  Brendan Remler also photographed guests throughout the evening, both from the party floor and up on the deck of the Tribeca Rooftop, where guests enjoyed views of the Empire State Building, the Hudson River and the moon. And PDN thanks all the guests who served as paparazzi that night, taking photos with the dozens of Instax cameras that FujiFilm gave away.

You can also see Richard Marot’s time lapse video, hosted by Vimeo, showing the party space from set up through clean up.  Thanks for the memories!

(Photo © Richard Marot/Sony)

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