If you ask an elderly man about his priciest possessions I’m convinced that among them he would say all his pictures: his wedding’s album, the photos of his child’s first birthday, the pictures of his grandchildren’s birth… If he would get asked to choose, surely he would prefer to lose his jewelry rather than his memories.
Photography has a great value and power to move us to the past, as if it was a time machine. And this power grows as the years go by. Our fragile memory gets blurry little by little, details disappear until they turn into blurry images of our past. However, a picture can take us 10, 20 or 50 years back and make us remember who we were, how that day was, how the people that is not with us anymore were, our son, that is now a man, or that place that made us so blessed.
That is why I’m passionate about photography.
What is my style?
My philosophy as a wedding photographer is based on the communication with the couple, trust and complicity. That is the only way I can get the images that actually reflect the greatness of your wedding day.
I have worked for 10 years as a photojournalist in television and I’ve transfered that fresh and direct style to my work as a wedding photographer. Although I don’t like labels, I could say my work has a documentary style, I try as much as I can not to be noticed so you and your guests feel comfortable with the camera.
Being a wedding photographer is a great responsibility due to the relevancy of that day for you, and it’s also a privilege because you make me part of your story and you open the doors to your feelings and dreams. That is the reason why I get involved to the maximum in every photoshoot and I am willing to help you and give you advice anytime you need it.