Since I was a baby my father was very passionate about photography. I grew up watching photos of my family and being photographed myself.
Although, I didn't really get into photography until after I finished High School. I was looking for a job and stumbled upon a local photographer with a little shop and studio. I started there as a retoucher and post-producer, then I slowly started to shoot some photos.
But after a few years, I realized that was not at all what I wanted from photography. I was growing and changing, and so was my taste. I grew tired of posed weddings and portraits and searching for inspiration I came across Street Photography. It changed me to my core. I discovered this new way for me to create images and, other than that, to create MEMORIES.
I did my fair share of Weddings, working for other photographers, so I opened my business learning that "Documentary Wedding" was actually a thing. Street photography, movies, documentaries, books, and everything I "receive" have a big influence on my style.
When I'm not shooting Weddings I photograph my life with my partner, my family, my friends and what I do, because I think that memories will be one of the few things we'll have when we will be old.
I photograph the fun, the laughs, the dancing and the crying, the strange and the simple, because life it's all of these.