Couldn’t help sharing this amazing wedding held at Forte da Cruz, in Estoril, a superb historic castle in Portugal with stunning sea views. Catherine and Kevin brought their family, their closest friends but also their traditions from the USA to Portugal for their international destination wedding. This was my first […]Read More
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One of my bucket list locations has always been Eze Village, 30 m away from Nice, in France. Eze is a charming small village on top of a rock in the French Riviera, with amazing views, narrow medieval streets, a little château and a beatiful tropical garden. When Caroline and […]Read More
Did I mention I love traveling? Obviously I am essentially a local destination wedding photographer operating in Madeira Island, Portugal, but I usually reserve a few weddings slots a year for other destinations while doing a little vacation while I am there. This time the destination was Tuscany in Italy, […]Read More
This was a year of amazing experiences that started back in March with a small photoshoot in Rome, weddings in Nice, Braga and The Algarve and last week a full day wedding photoshoot in Venice, the city in which every corner is a photo spot. This bride’s dream was to […]Read More
The Algarve is one of my favorite regions in Portugal to photograph weddings and when Cristy & Thomas, a dutch couple got in touch, I immediately jumped in. How could I say no! They decided to get married in an amazing location called Our Lady of the Rock, near Armação […]Read More
What an amazing wedding I had the opportunity to photograph last saturday in Amares, in the Braga district, in the north of Portugal. Ever dreamt of getting married in a castle or a monastery? This is the place! Nowdays it’s an hotel, called Pousada Mosteiro de Amares. Look it up. […]Read More
Amidst the sun-kissed landscapes and the gentle embrace of the Algarve sun, a truly enchanting celebration of love unfolded. I had the incredible honor of photographing the wedding of the radiant Charlene and her dashing Portuguese descendant groom, who had found their way back to the picturesque town of Tavira […]Read More