"Discreet” – this is a word I like to use when asked to describe my approach to photographing a wedding or a baptism. It is a word that summarizes my philosophy, the relationship with my work, my attitude to life. To me, a wedding or a baptism is life ritual that should be documented in a quiet, beautiful way, with the photographer observing without making interventions. As soon as the photographer starts to orchestrate or direct what is happening, she will end up depicting her own idea of the event, and not your true feelings. Out of respect to what this special day means to you, I would like to document the event in such a way, that honest and true images emerge, and they are there for the next generations to enjoy.
"Passion” is another word I like to use, when thinking of photographing a wedding or a baptism. I have been photographing such events for many years now. It does not matter to me whether it is a grand event or a small, cosy family wedding or baptism; my passion for the work I do ensures that I will perform my best.
“Challenge” – another word that reflects both my work and my personality; the exploration of images. It is a challenge to photograph a wedding or a baptism without directing, and working, as much as possible, with no extra lighting. In each and every picture I take, I try to bring together elements of light, composition and storytelling. My work is characterized by the geometry of lines and shapes, as well as moments that cause a reaction to the spectator.
Thank you for your interest in my work.