A lot of supporting actors, two main characters, one true story. The ingredients are simple but the recipe it’s not, it never is.

As a wedding photojournalist my commitment is to show up and to tell the truth, always. Genuine moments deserve genuine memories, and after all what’s s more poetic than a truly emotion?

But a wedding photograph it’s not just a beautiful memento of something that’s happened, it’s way more.

Ansel Adams said once: ”You don't make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.”

A gift, that’s what I think wedding photographs are (or should be). Something rare and precious like a beautifully decorated coffer, filled with joy and love, time and memories, the very best part of you and a small part of me too.

And that’s what you and your loved ones deserve, a gift that will be with you for years to come, to relive again and again that one, magic, unforgettable day in your life.

I’m a Wedding Photojournalist Association and MyWed awarded member, check the links for more.