I am not an usual photographer, I am first of all a human who puts all his feelings in those photos and who enjoys being a part of every fairytale, whose heart is full when bride and groom are laughing. Love is something that drives me.
I love to travel around the world, so feel free to invite me along to capture your favorite moments.

How did you get into the wedding industry?

Growing up, I was always fascinated by the idea of principles of art and artistic expression. Exploring various mediums provided the occasional outlet, however, it was not until I discovered photography that I fully found myself. The fact it allowed me to see and document precisely what my eye saw, entangled by the emotional backdrop I experienced every time I looked through the viewfinder, was a delightful discovery and I loved the idea of a constant battle with contrast and light, as well as the versatility of the approaches through different lenses. As I became older, I realized more and more the preciousness of time. I realized life is fleeting, especially today in the whirlwind of digital technology, and that with every day we tend to forget to stop and enjoy the moment. Having the ability to capture a precious second of someone's life, their deepest, most emotional moments, the time when they are at their best, and to immortalize their happiness, along with the ease and accessibility of the medium, is essentially what drives me now to continue this work every day.

Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?

It’s hard to separate the best experience I have had so far, as each one is different in itself and provides me opportunities to further broaden my experiences. However, the most unique has definitely been in Morocco, where the combination of light and colors, along with the antique Marrakesh background left me in awe.

What equipment do you use?

Canon 5d4,5d3,6d, Sigma art 50,35, canon 40 mm

Favorite Book

The Green Mile

Any advice for Brides and Grooms?

Relax, be yourself and fully enjoy your day!

Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?

Experiment and let your style shine through. Always be professional, patient when needed, and capture the emotion, not poses. And most importantly, enjoy yourself!