A few words on the photographer, the rest of the website focuses on the images telling the stories of couples in Venice.
Values: Emotions and self actualisation are my main drivers for being a photographer, (ok, having Venice around is a big bonus) I feel very happy by teaming with people experiencing happy emotions and creating memories to be shared, this is the part of photography that I love compared to the technical dimensions that while need to be mastered are just a tool not to think about when feeling the right moment for "clicking".
The self actualisation relates to being happy about driving my life with freedom and responsibility for each choice.
Present: I use my camera to create memories about happy moments in the lives of others: surprise marriage proposals,wedding, engagement, honeymoons and vows renewal ceremonies.
This fills me with positive energy and is one of the reasons I love being a photographer.
I use my skills and creativity as best as possible to tell the stories of couples who have given me the privilege of creating viasual imemories their special day.
Past: Venice captured my attention many years ago after I started living there at the age of 15 whilst attending an Italian Navy School, after which, I studied economics and worked abroad several years in IT companies. I returned to Milan where I started my photography business and eventually came back to my favourite city in Italy: Venice.
Future: Venice is a city that I love both for the unique lifestyle and for the architecture. On this subject, and although happy couples are the focus of my activity, a partially unrelated kind of photography I enjoy being involved with is architecture photography and more relevantly to readers: people portraits.
Potrait photography in Venice and all over the world: couples take the lion's share of my photography but the fact that venice is such a romantic destination doesn't mean that there are little resons to come here "alone": the Venice Film Festival is a perfect example of when people here for a passion would gift themselves with a day like a star having a private fashion photography session in Venice.
A "plot twist" that became possible after some developments linked to the pandemic is the possibility to arrange remote portrait photography session regardless of where you live: the photographer will contribute with communication, sense of light and composition and the phone will take the actual picture: there are some limits and some opportunites but it is something that looks promising for the future.