It's always an honour to be asked to photograph someones wedding, but when there are only 12 guests it's even more of a privilege to be part of the day. Jenni and Moritz didn't want to make a big fuss, so they arranged a small, intimate wedding with their closest friends and family. Is it still an elopement if your parents are invited? Is it a destination wedding if the couple already live in that country? Who knows. But it was a super special day to be part of either way!
The relaxed way I work means I was able to join the small and intimate group without disturbing them or taking over, getting in close and photographing the day from the view of someone who was part of the day.
I don't speak a word of German, so a huge thank you to Goldie for translating for me at regular intervals. And thank you to Jenni and Moritz for trusting me to be part of such an intimate wedding!
I enjoy good coffee, cycling, and derive most of my life philosophy from the Armando Iannucci Shows. I married my wife Alice in 2015, and can highly recommend this whole marriage lark!
I'm an alternative to the clichéd, posed, wedding photography that you get bombarded with at wedding fairs. Unlimited coverage, informal photography, celebrating what's unique about you. I'm all about the informal candid shots of people having the best day of their lives: lots of genuine laughs, maybe some tears, and definitely some partying!