When I think about my job as a photographer, I feel a great deal of gratitude. With my camera in hand I feel like I have the opportunity to speak a second language. She's like a part of me. Something I see and could never express without my camera.

My grandfather took a lot of photos with his Leica and Nikon in his free time, so the camera has always been a companion and a great inspiration in my life.

I consider it a great privilege to be able to share so many beautiful and positive things with others. I am a sensitive and creative person, I like to observe, I am very concerned about the well-being of others. It is an incredible gift that I have the opportunity to make others happy with my pictures.

Memories are timeless treasures of the heart.

What else makes me happy? My family and friends, spending time in nature and especially by the sea. Swimming, the smell of coffee, the sound of raindrops on the window falling asleep.

Modern art and design, being curious, never getting tired of discovering the world and getting to know new people and life stories.


My goal is simple: to make you and yours happy. In a personal meeting, we will figure out what your wishes are, to give you the best experience you can have.

On the wedding day, I prefer to work with space for spontaneous moments. Coincidences are an important part of my creative work.

There are two forces that drive my work: a documentary approach to capture the beautiful, small moments filled with emotion and fun to remember how your wedding felt.

Plus an editorial twist for the artistic photos of the environment, portraits and details that sum up what your wedding looked like.

My photos have a romantic and timeless feel that will transport you back to your day.

I believe while photography is important, it shouldn't be in the way. All I want you to do is focus on your wedding, enjoy, have fun, and let me do the rest.