Photographing Children Is Truly An Adventure.

An adventure that I enjoy taking.

Children can be extremely fun to photograph, simply because children do not have as many hang ups and insecurities as adults (up until a certain point, of course). For example, check out these adorable tots freely dancing at an outdoor concert.

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See more photos at Emmy Kosciuszko on Viewbug. 


Still Not Ready To Take Inquiries Yet, BUT…!

We’re still not 100% ready to take inquiries yet, but, if you happen to be interested in getting free, yes FREE, photos done, please message, or call me, as I am currently looking to update my portfolio.

What I’m Looking For:

Everyone! Adults, Children, all ages and sizes. All types. (If you are under 18, please have m adult 18+ present during).

You must be in the NYC area, or have the ability to travel to NYC.

I am also available to photograph events such as concerts and nightlife free of charge, but not weddings or birthdays. Apologies. 

Also, this offer only stands until July 31st. 




Before I go into this, I want to say, that one site that truly helped me understand the technical side of photography, was . 

Not only was this site helpful in moving me from one place to another, it helped me understand why it’s important to truly understand the technical side of taking a great headshot. The Rule of Thirds! As well as how to take great headshots.

I enjoy taking photos of people. I love capturing a moment. One things I’ve become obsessed with, in regard to photographing people (okay, I admit it; I’ve ALWAYS been obsessed with this) is Bokeh. In case you’ve never heard of Bokeh, Bokeh is a Japanese phrase for the blurry effect you oftentimes see in photos. The Bokeh can be in the background, foreground, or take over the entire photo. Here are some examples of Bokeh that I have done, myself:

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One thing I like about photograhy in general, but especially Bokeh, is its ability to make you wonder. Where were these photos taken? What time of the day (or night?) was it when these photos were taken? What was going on in the background while these photos were being taken? Well, in the first photo, it was taken during the summer of 2012. I had insomnia one night, couldn’t sleep, and right before full sunrise I happened to take this photo. The water bottle happened to be sitting on my windowsill.

On to faces…

I find that people make photographs much more interesting,

Here are some headshots that I’ve done that I happen to truly love!

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A photo can make you wonder. Wonder about the person. Wonder about the environment. Wonder about everything. I find that adding Bokeh to either a headshot, 1/2 shot or beyond with a human (or non-human!) subject adds an air of mystery to a photo. Experiment with Bokeh. It’s fun!

Brooklyn Bridge Park – I LOVE concerts and nightlife photography.

There’s something about the liveliness of concerts and nightlife that really gets me going.

One thing I will say; when people are loose enough and have had enough drinks in their system, they make for great subjects. Check out some of the images I’ve taken during a VERY lively outdoor park concert. The band featured, Sonny Knight and The Lakers, were amazing.  Once they left the stage, the audience pretty much begged for them to return.




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See more images HERE

Who I Am.

I am a woman of many names.

Born Emprice Imani Jeffery (I go by Emily Kos Jeffery), on March 6th in 1990, I like to think that my eyes were actually fisheye lenses from birth.

I’ve been doing photography for several years.

A bit of a backstory: I’ve been interested in photography ever since I was a tot. My dad dabbled in photography sometime during the late 80s/early 90s (before Digital SLR’s were a thing.) I didn’t own my first DSLR until I was in my early 20s, but had been doing photography before then with non SLR digital cameras. It was an exciting time, as a teen, to discover what truly caught my eye.

Once I purchased my first DSLR (Canon 350d with an 18-55mm lens), my photography skills began to grow and suddenly I was able to take photos from a very different perspective. Although, I will say, that it’s not the camera, but the photographer (and a little bit of Photoshop) that makes a photo great.

I provide very good photographic services for very modest prices. I’m always available for a chat, or to simply answer any questions you may have, regarding the services I provide, or about photography in general.



Rates and Policy

  • $35.00: 1 hour. Unlimited images. All raw images including 3 retouched images of your choice.
  • $50.00: 2 hours. Unlimited images. All raw images including 7 retouched images of your choice. 
  • $85:00: 3 hours. Unlimited images. All raw images including 10 retouched images of your choice. 

Please arrive 30 minutes on location before your appointed time to sign contracts and confirm our project. Projects can not begin until contracts are signed. 100% of payment is due the day of the project.

As we (EmKos Photography) do not currently own or rent any studio space, we (my assistant (not always in attendance) and myself will be willing to travel within the five boroughs to your place of preference, whether this be an external location, or an internal location of your preference (your home, your apartment, your office, etc.).

**If you are dissatisfied with any part of the project you have received, please notify EmKos Photography within 5 days of receiving materials/project to discuss a partial refund, or a recreation of any photos. 

**Before any project can begin, we must set up a consultation to discuss your ideas. It helps to bring sample photos of the kind of work you’d like for me to do. There, we can discuss the project further. 

**Copies of ALL work (raw and touched) will be distributed by email, unless specified otherwise. If you wish to have copies of your photos distributed via  USB, there is a $10.00 charge for this. Otherwise, receiving photos by email is free of charge. 

**100% of fees are due by the day of shooting. We can accept Cash or Money Orders, only. Thank you. (You will receive a receipt).

**If you are interested in being able to print out 8×10’s, please mention this during our consultation, and I will be happy to make note of this, as I will need to save photos in the correct resolutions for 8×10’s. 

**You are entitled to a 50% refund if any problems with the project can not be fixed in a timely manner.

**Cancelation of any project requires at least 24 hours notice.