I think I am a wedding photographer with the soul of a portrait photographer.
Whenever I photograph a wedding, I try to use a natural and candid approach for the largest part of the wedding day itself.
I blend in with the guests and the wedding party, trying to be the less visible I can, and making everyone feel comfortable having me around with a friendly face and a positive attitude.
However, I always reserve a part of the day – it can be long or short, that’s up to you! – for the single, couple, and group portraits.
Shooting portraits of the spouses, alone or together, is probably my favorite moment of the day.
I think a portrait session should represent the couple at best: it’s their moment to shine, to have some time alone in the rush of the day, and simply enjoy each other’s company. The portrait session lasts as long as the couple wants – any time between 15 minutes and several hours works just fine!
I know that, for most couples, it will be their first time posing for a photographer. Establishing a connection with you is the most important thing for me: I want you to feel at ease, relax and enjoy each other’s company while I do my work! Besides working as a documentary and editorial wedding photographer in Italy and around the world, I also teach photography classes and specific courses on Portrait Photography. So don’t worry, I got your back!
Some of my works have been published by the most important wedding magazines and blogs around the world, such as Style Me Pretty, JuneBug Weddings and the HuffPost. Words cannot express how grateful I am to all the couples who have given me the opportunity of telling the story of their most precious moments in Italy and around the world!
I like to give my wedding albums an editorial touch, to allow my couples to remember the emotions of their wedding day, but their beauty as well. I am a Documentary and Editorial Wedding Photographer in Italy, and I can’t wait to tell your story and showcase your beauty.