My photographic journey starts a bit differently than usual, by a hobby I used to have since I was little. The curiosity of observation. I always loved to observe people, their surroundings and fill my eyes with pictures and colors. And this simply because a thousand words, emotions, smells as well as music can fit into a photograph.
Things I like: cinema, music and food from all around the world, animals, tea and warm smiles. I speak English and Spanish.
How did you get into the wedding industry?
My love for photographing people, their feelings and unique moments got me into wedding photography.
Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?
I cannot really talk about one experience as I see every wedding and every photoshooting as something unique!
What equipment do you use?
I work with Nikon system and prime lenses, as well as a drone on couple sessions.
What's your favorite part of the wedding day? Why?
My favorite part of the wedding day is the party, where everyone celebrates the connection of these two people!
At the moment I am obsessed with Asterix.
A smile costs nothing, but gives much. It enriches those who receive, without making poorer those who give. It takes but a moment, but the memory of it sometimes lasts forever.
Any advice for Brides and Grooms?
Just find vendors that will make you feel relaxed and truly live each moment of your special day.
Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?
What were your early influences? Any photographers you looked up to or you still look up to today?
Bresson, Steve McCurry
How do you prepare yourself before a wedding?
Have a good sleep the day before, a good breakfast and I listen to music while driving to the brides preparation!
How long have you been a photographer?
I have been photographing weddings for 9 years now.
Can you describe your style of your photography?
My style is a mix of photojournalism and high aesthetic portraits. I want to give couples photos that tell the story of their wedding day with a touch of romance, humor and sensitivity.
Where do you find ideas for your work?
In real life
What’s the most memorable wedding you’ve shot?
Last year I shot the wedding of two lovely people in Island Athens
What advice can you give to new wedding photographers about their pricing structures?
Value your work and create a pricing that reflects that.
Within the wedding industry, who else captivates and interests you?
Wedding planners, as they have to organize and put together so many stuff for the wedding day to have a beautiful result.
Where do you see wedding photography heading in the next few years?
I will be shooting weddings abroad.
Other than photography, what are your other passions or hobbies?
I love listening and playing music, long walks in nature, movies, cats and tea.