I have been photographing weddings since 2009; I started photography as a job thanks to a friend. Having the same passion in photography she trusted me and my vision so she recommended me to a friend of hers for her wedding and my career began.
Photographically speaking, I love the fact that it cointains different genres, from portrait to reportage, from still life to landscape. Moreover I do love the human experience: I like to observe people, everyone, not only the bride and the groom, but friends, parents, relatives,…even neighbours staring at the window while the bride leaves home!
I like the intimate moment of the “getting ready”, when time is full of expectations.
Unobtrusive approach and clean style. I do respect the fact that a wedding is a private event, not a photographic set, I just let the story to be told to me, a story I will write back in pictures, pictures I want to be sponteneous. That’s why I’m not intrusive, and always look for an empathic connection with people and situations.
Music and Nature.
What you should look for in a wedding photographer is someone who shares your vision and understands what you want, then relax and trust them.
Choose the right professionals!
Iceland, because I do love the North and such a wild nature!
Last Sunday, when I read a post on my Facebook page. It was written by a bride “of mine” which I had just left after an afternoon together where we had visited Vivian Maier exposition. I took my train and she took hers. A notification appeared, “beep”. She left a comment on FB for me. These were her words : “She really knows how to rock souls”. I just stared at my smartphone, with teary eyes.