The photographs of a wedding narrate a story. The couple, the people starring, the air and the place are every time unique. My role is the distinctive glance capturing everything that is taking place. The way to achieve that is by carefully observing people. Their moments of joy, their emotions, their expressions. So, every photo shooting is unique for me. Because in the end, the story I tell is all I lived. And the moments I live with every couple are unique…
“Save room for my love, Save room for a moment to be with me, Save room for my love, Save a little, save a little for me, Won’t you save a little, Save a little for me”
Have you ever imagined that you would return to a place, just to fulfill a promise you made years ago? Like those when we were kids ” I will always love you….”
George and Helen – A wedding in Skopelos island
Why would someone choose to leave magnificent Edinburgh to get married in another country? The answer is simple. Young, beautiful, fresh, crazy enough people and a small dot on the map called Paxos island. Abby and Alan decided to show us how a traditional scottish wedding can take place, not near great castles and rocky mountains, but by the crystal clear Greek waters and the lovely sun, together with their beloved ones. And we were there to capture their story….
Cars, ships, Vespa, boats, beers, barbeque, diving, music,
turns, figures, scratches, sunsets, songs, hugs, tears, hands up,
wedding wreaths, wedding rings, rice, holy spirit,
party, kisses, smiles, click…
George and Akrivi, Akrivi and George!
Xenofon and Dimitra are “the source of creation”. They stand in the center of everything, spreading their endless energy!
Oh, it’s such a perfect day, I’m glad I spend it with you
Oh, such a perfect day, You just keep me hanging on