HOME | FACTS | MEXICO | EUROPE | CONTACTWhen I go to a wedding, I try to leave my whole life behind. I hope to attend a wedding in the right frame of mind in order to feel the right strings being played, to distinguish between what's important and what is not. I am going to the wedding to play its song.
I really think that being a wedding photographer is like being a musician, playing the works of others. Sometimes their music is ceremonial, sometimes jazzy, sometimes dramatic and at other times light and playful. Often the tune, beat and style change and flow into one another throughout the wedding day. Technically speaking, I am at ease and perfectly prepared to use my camera as a tool to capture this music.
More important, than simply the guests enjoying the wedding photos, is to create photographs that capture a partial essence and feeling of the wedding day for those not present. Perhaps primarily for all your children, who are going to look back decades later. I hope that they will not only see, but also hear and smell a bit of the moment when two families became one.
In this light, I refrain from popular flashy filters and clichés - your photos must be of a timeless and persistent beauty.
I know that there is nothing that can truly portray the emotions that you feel walking down the aisle and saying "I do," but I'll be there, without disturbing anyone, at the same time everywhere, capturing the music of your wedding that you can hear every time you flip through your photo gallery.