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Paris couple session with talented film wedding photographer Greg Finck and his girlfriend bridal designer Rime Arodaky

One of my favorite parts about shooting an absolutely amazing destination wedding in one and only Paris, was that I got to spend time and hang out with two very special parisian lovebirds! Greg is one of the best wedding photographers Europe’s ever seen and surely an ambassador for film photography in France and beyond. (more…)

Sweet summer couple & family photography

Honestly I don’t think this summer could possibly be any better – I am so much enjoying the long summer days and spending some time with my family in Salzburg and Upper Austria. As a photographer I have a tendency to pick up my camera mostly for work but I try to be good and shoot with family & friends as these pictures (more…)

Switzerland Boutique Destination Wedding Photography

I just got the first scans back from the lab of my glorious destination wedding in Switzerland, where Susanne & Lorenz got married and it couldn’t have been more stunning – there’s just no way! So, I can’t help but tease you a with this little sneak peek from Zurich! (more…)

Santorini Honeymoon Photography Destination Photography

To be all there. Where you are, I am. In all these places we went together. By plane. By car. By dream. Maybe mostly the latter. I hold these memories so dear, because they take me with them to places that cannot be found on maps. These memories. Sometimes I think they know (more…)

Tuscany wedding photographer

It’s the natural order of things – we look out into the future not the past. We focus on our next steps and that brings us forward. But it also keeps us from seeing the bigger picture. It keeps us from acknowledging how far we’ve come already. (more…)

Photography Workshop Analog Film Photography Workshop Europe

Today is a big day, as we finally launched the Photographic Field Trip, a project that is very close to my heart and I feel like I want to say a bit more about it, from a personal perspective because: I actually don’t like the thought of teaching photography. Yes, there’s technical aspects to it, but most of it is easily explained and needs what anything needs that you’d like to be good at: Practice. (more…)