Documentary wedding photography
I’ve always been passionate about photography, but the wedding industry happened only by accident: as a student I was looking for a weekend job and I was immediately hired as assistant by a local wedding photographer. I still remember my first day: we began at 6AM at the bride’s location and went on and on until 3AM. It was very intense and very demanding, but I loved every minute of it.
When it comes to Copenhagen, I think that the best location ever is the old town: I personally find streets, squares, canals to be gorgeous and charming. The perfect backdrop for timeless photos.
I don’t really have special “tricks”, but I like to establish a deep connection with the people I’m working with. I talk a lot and I ask lots of questions (I’m very curious and I love to meet new people all the time). I feel like couples need to trust me in order to relax and let go.
Communication, empathy and good natural light.
I’d love to shoot in an olive tree field in Southern Europe, at sunset..
Cooking is my main hobby, especially since the pandemic started, when I had the time to learn new skills, like baking and pasta making. I was calling grandma every week with questions like “grandma, how do you make focaccia?”. Can’t even begin to tell you how happy my girlfriend is.
Believe in yourself and learn as much as you can, from anybody.