Destination wedding photographer in Italy and beyond
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Destination wedding photographer in Italy and beyond

I (love to) photograph destination weddings in Italy and beyond. I photograph weddings all around Italy: you can find me going up and down through the warm and sunny villages of the Amalfi Coast – I love Ravello above all! – in the Tuscany countryside or in a eternal city of art and history like Rome, Venice or Florence. Of course I also love to be the photographer of a wedding in the unique atmosphere of a mountain region in the North, with lakes, woods, nature and lot of cows. No matter if I’m with you photographing your wedding day in Sicily or Apulia, no matter if you prefer a boho chic wedding style in an ancient masseria or an elegant elopement only the two of you – maybe in a romantic city. No matter because I believe that the wedding day well represent the whole story of a couple, showing deep feelings, tastes and dreams, that’s why I will be with YOU documenting YOUR day. This is the reason why I try to take wedding pictures with a creative and timeless touch. I’m based in Italy, but I will be more than happy to follow you and your loved ones anywhere, so please don’t hesitate to ask! I’m ready, and I’m honored to be the photographer of your unique and special wedding day.


Film wedding photography (and much more love)

I really value film photography, and consider myself primarly as a film photographer. I started professionally shooting on film when I was 20 and since then – but I’d better say since I was a child – my love for film never finished. I love to experiment with different types of films and film cameras, adapting my choices to the mood of the day and to the moment, and also to the personality of the couple and individuals I’m with. When I work, I carry with me both digital and analog cameras, so I can take photos from different “points of view”, adapting my gear to that specific light condition. But, especially on a wedding day I found that analogue photography gives me the freedom to see the world from a more “artistry” perspective, having the time to concentrate about the moment I’m living in, completely staying in the present. Film photography is to me the better way to enhance the mood of that particular and unique wedding day and all those special in-between moments.