Some frequently asked questions and answers for you, who want to know more about me, your wedding photographer.
1. How do you describe your style?
My wedding photography style is adaptive, combining elements of photojournalism, documentary, editorial and contemporary portraiture. Why can’t I pick just one? Well, in order to capture the most important moments of your big day, I absolutely have to be excellent at several styles of wedding photography.
For example, the most flattering approach for the bride’s getting-ready time is a mix of photojournalism and editorial, but documentary photography is totally appropriate for the ceremony. And I’m sure that your elders will kill you if we don’t get some traditional, posed family photos!
That’s why I firmly believe that a great wedding photographer has to be a ‘photography ninja’! But if you definitely need a label, I’d say that my style encompasses all the best of photojournalism with a nod to traditional wedding photography. But since I’m better in expressing myself visually, I think my portfolio describes the style of my work the best!
2. How long have you been in business?
Rewind to 2005; that’s when I started my own business and fell in love with wedding photography, the emotions and the stories that unfold when you take a look at a heartwarming picture… Looking back on my journey to where I am today always makes me feel overwhelmingly proud and really grateful for all the moments I’ve shared with my couples!
3. How many weddings have you shot?
More than 500. And I’m still counting :)
4. Have you captured a wedding like ours?
Never has there been a wedding exactly like yours! But I think that what you want to know is if I am familiar with different cultures, traditions, customs and types of ceremonies… So, absolutely yes! I have had the honor to work as a professional wedding photographer all over Greece in Orthodox, Catholic & Maronite Weddings, Indian, Sikh, Lebanese & Jewish Ceremonies, and Same-sex (Gay and Lesbian) love Celebrations.
5. Do you do destination weddings?
Of course! I love the challenges and magic that a new venue or destination brings. No place is too far!