Lucky DarioPRO+ Member
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
What's your favorite part of the wedding day? Why?
my favorite part is definitely the party, one in which the anxieties of the preparation are far away and you have fun and you can dance
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