I have had the honor and privilege of documenting hundreds of weddings from around the world. From small intimate weddings at the Old Town Hall in Prague to gorgeous luxury weddings in Hong Kong, Italy, Ireland, Slovenia, Greece and elsewhere. I work tirelessly to capture every aspect of ones wedding day from the 'ring bling' to those highly sought after and incredible night time portraits of the bride & groom. More importantly - wonderful, initmate moments shared between the two of you and the joining of your families.
My style of wedding photography is moment driven and artistic focused. As an experienced photojournalist my goal is to show first and foremost how you two felt at that special moment in your lives. The truth is: anyone can take a picture but to capture moments that will be cherished for a lifetime takes dedication, a keen eye and yes, lots of patience.
I am especially keen on using natural light but I am also very well versed in using artificial light to enhance and or create a mood or in such situations to add to the atmosphere.
As a wedding photographer it is also important to showcase the many styles, locations and situations that I have encountered over the years such as an iconic award-winning portrait of two people happily embracing in the rain or beautiful, candle lit moments from the darkest abbey in Ireland, and yes, those wonderful, atmospheric, sun flared, natural light (or God's light) outdoor wedding imagery that I adore capturing.
Irregardless of the situation - I always bring back beautifully composed and artistically captured moments that will be cherished for generations to come.
But don't take my word for it, you can read the many reviews from clients from around the world who chose me as their wedding & portrait photography here.
A tip for savvy brides looking to have their dream destination wedding in Prague: you can save up to 30% off the wedding planners prices by hiring your photographers, hair & makeup artists, florists, DJ's and drivers yourself. Why pay the mark up just because you are a foreigner (like me) when you can save your hard earned money and splurge on things that matter to you?