Solar, extrovert, self-confident; they are the 3 adjectives that come to mind to describe myself.
I'm first of all a father in love with his family and it is precisely the love I receive from them that gives me the sensitivity to make my videos. The research of history and the study of narrative language, makes my stories pleasant and exciting; the use of the most innovative equipment, color grading, original and unpublished music, make them "cinematic".
How did you get into the wedding industry?
For my passion.
Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?
For me, telling about the love of 2 people is fantastic, but the last most significant experience I experienced in Singapore, perhaps because it is a part of the world that fascinated me. Telling a marriage in that country was beautiful.
What equipment do you use?
In this moment Sony a7III with sony lens and canon lens, Drone DJI Mavic Air, Manfrotto tripod, Gimbal Tiny Vision 3 and more professional microphone.
What's your favorite part of the wedding day? Why?
I love the first meeting, the faces, the looks and the expressions are fantastic.
Any advice for Brides and Grooms?
Always choose with your heart, maybe it will not be the best choice but it will be the best choice.
Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?
Try to always be proud of your work, never sell out and always follow the training, you never grow big.
What were your early influences? Any photographers you looked up to or you still look up to today?
Chris and Ruth
How do you prepare yourself before a wedding?
I talk a lot with the couple and try to understand their needs. I meticulously prepare all the equipment the night before, the movements and schedules so that everything can take place without unexpected events.
How long have you been a photographer?
Can you describe your style of your photography?
Reportage, creative. I like to get into the personal characters of the couple to tell them about the marriage.
Where do you find ideas for your work?
Some inspirations from instagram, but many I find during the editing of works already done.
What’s the most memorable wedding you’ve shot?
Every year is marked by a memorable wedding, I can't decide, maybe an Indian wedding that I did in Tuscany in 2013.
How has IGHA helped and supported your business?
Comparing myself with high-profile colleagues is always a reason for growth, then if I win some awards it means that I am on the right path.
What advice can you give to new wedding photographers about their pricing structures?
Not to sell out, study hard and never step out of the way.
Within the wedding industry, who else captivates and interests you?
The destination wedding
Where do you see wedding photography heading in the next few years?
More and more digital, fashions change quickly but creativity always remains, however photography will change, the world needs images that remain over time.
Other than photography, what are your other passions or hobbies?