WEDDING VIDEOGRAPHER AND PHOTOGRAPHER, deeply in love with my family and my Son, Michelangelo.
You know, I've had some "curious" experiences in my life, like that day I got into a Florence market and noticed a mexican pig: it gave me the Idea for the name of the studio!

One of my main goal is travelling as much as I can, and I can say that my work is pretty much helping me with this!

How did you get into the wedding industry?

For passion and friendship

Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?

Madoka and Greg's wedding in New Zealand. The furthest place I could reach and one of the most beautiful trips of my life.

What equipment do you use?

and more

What's your favorite part of the wedding day? Why?

There isn't a single part of marriage that interests me. What captures me is the whole wedding day and what happens.

Any advice for Brides and Grooms?

Choose the professional who inspires you most confidence and with whom you can get in tune immediately.

Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?

Together we can grow.

What were your early influences? Any photographers you looked up to or you still look up to today?

They are different. I write a few.
Jonas perterson
Riccardo Fasoli
Maru film
The Ferros
Evergreen film
Alberto & Yago
Briars Atlas
The Kitcheners

How do you prepare yourself before a wedding?

I study the entire program of the wedding day, I do inspections to know the location of the event and I try to help the couple in every way.

How long have you been a photographer?

10 years

Can you describe your style of your photography?

Spontaneous and realistic.

Where do you find ideas for your work?


What’s the most memorable wedding you’ve shot?

Gloria and Gianmarco on the dolomites.

What advice can you give to new wedding photographers about their pricing structures?

Be aware of your abilities.

Within the wedding industry, who else captivates and interests you?

I am fascinated by the whole world of packaging.

Where do you see wedding photography heading in the next few years?

For me photography is and will always remain the art of stopping moments.

Other than photography, what are your other passions or hobbies?