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Sarah & Dan: an intimate riad wedding in Marrakech

We were so lucky that our first international destination wedding experience took us to this not so everyday place. Another bit of a magic was the fact that a couple living in New Zealand who contacted us to shoot their beautiful intimate wedding, decided to book us after learning of our incredible story of an ultimate connection with New Zealand.

Sarah & Tom: the most casual wedding of Bol

After Sarah and Tom's wedding in August, there could've hardly been a more casual wedding in Bol, maybe on all of the Island of Brač. I didn't get to chance to meet them before their wedding day because they arrived to Croatia from UK straight to their wedding...

How we met: Marina & Ante

Doing this job, I often have the opportunity to be a part of my friends' wedding, not as a guest, but as their photographer. Marina and Ante were one of those couples who had to make a difficult decision – should they invite me as a part of the wedding party to relax and enjoy myself, or do they want me there as their wedding photographer because they love my photos...

How to propose to a girl in the middle of the famous boardwalk?!

Two months ago I received an unusual e-mail from Canada. Daniel was about to come to Split, Croatia, and he contacted me because he wanted to make a very important step in his life – he was planning on proposing to his girlfriend in Split. My role was obvious: to take photographs, but it was no ordinary proposal photographing.

In love with people's emotions

Emotions are what I do best and what I capture the most often on weddings. Emotions are something that keeps photos alive and gives them a storytelling feel. I believe that, after many weddings, photographers can become a sort of psychologists who are able to sense the moment that is yet to happen. That's something that can really help produce great shots!

Wedding stories in black and white

As an advocate of documentary photography, I can hardly resist the black-and-white world. Here I am presenting you a brief outline of a wedding depicted only in two colors and in a few of their shades. Hopefully, the images will speak for themselves!

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