Category Archives: By Location
Alcune foto in stile reportage di Emma & Ben di nozze, Una splendida coppia inglese, Sulla incantevole lago di Como.
Una cerimonia intima nel giardino di olivi a Ossuccio Seguita da ONU ricevimento Vicino Varenna Lido con Una splendida vista sul lago.
momenti di emozioni su ONU motoscafo Realizzato per Un matrimonio unico.
Caltagirone is a beautiful, small town in the east Sicily. It is famous worldwide for being one of the loveliest towns of ceramics, because It kept all its pure baroque beauty, with many colorful houses.
The “city of ceramics” picked by Dario and Jessica, a lovely couple, as the perfect location for Their wedding
After the getting ready, the guests and the groom Reached by feet the Church of St. Anne
When Jessica arrived to the Church, the ceremony Began – it was a peculiar ceremony. When the shooting was done, the couple and the guests could enjoy an Italian dinner in one of the beautiful frescoed halls of the Villa , with dances and fun between one course and the other!
They had a great fun at the wedding, and we had a great fun with them, too: congratulations to These lovely people!
Francine and James both live in Great Britain but since Francine is half Portuguese they decided to cherish her Iberian roots and have a Destination wedding in Portugal. It was a truly beautiful day and the couple managed to surround themselves with great friends and family from across Europe who all seemed to have truly enjoyed the afternoon at the Estufa Real- botanic garden overlooking the Tagus River of Lisbon. Heartfelt speeches, laughs and dancing till the early hours of the next day made it a perfect elopement and I felt honored to be the couple´s Lisbon wedding photographer.
Every London Wedding I photograph is totally unique -that’s the beauty of having so many incredible wedding venues within one of the most interesting cities on the planet. This was my first time photographing a wedding at the opulent Corinthia Hotel, within a stones throw of the mighty River Thames. Being a central location I wasn’t surprised to see a massive Trade Union protest and march filing past the hotel as I arrived. Hoping it wouldn’t get too rowdy, I did what any documentary wedding photographer would do and incorporated it into the photography – it’s just another element that will take Hui and Jing back to the wedding day when they see the images.
After the ceremony in the Courtroom, we headed outside for a couple of group pictures and portraits, avoiding the still noisy protest, before heading back into the Ballroom for the evening meal and dancing. The Corinthia has a pretty impressive lighting setup, with very strong purple uplighters around the walls. While this gives a lovely warm ambience to the room, it can be pretty tricky to photograph. Luckily, between myself and the five man video crew, we managed to tame the light enough, especially during the all important First Dance.
Here are some of my favourite images from the day. Here’s even more Corinthia Hotel Wedding Pictures.