I've been dealing with images all my life, and I've learned that details are invaluable tools of the trade, and that the light we can compare to a sort of immense palette is as important as the shadow that contrasts it.
My job is to tell stories, and it's a beautiful job, made of light and music, made of people and places. I have always thought that we are not just images on film, we are the light that passes through it.
How did you get into the wedding industry?
I started making videos in the world of national TV, I got saturated with television standards, I found in marriage the space for my creativity, and wonderful party environments
Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?
Every day is a new and concrete experience, however the best experiences are those in which I tell of my land and its people to distant people
What equipment do you use?
my equipment is constantly changing, but I still prefer long and bright focal lengths, those that tell with intimacy, without ever being intrusive
ninna nanna - Chuck Palahniuk
as long as I have my legs, I go where I want
Any advice for Brides and Grooms?
just relax, and live intensely every moment of this holiday, the beauty begins now
Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?
Always remember to be lucky, having the gift of being able to tell something that will live forever is above all an honor