Yearly Archives: 2012

Photographing music

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Adeline and Sebastian in Medienhafen, Dusseldorf

It only took us an hour to take these, the day was perfect, Medienhafen provided a nice setting and the couple were an absolute pleasure to be around. I hope we will meet again!


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Gosia & Andrea – wedding reception in Italy

All brides who would like to wear their wedding dress again, hands up! When Gosia told me that her and Andrea were planning Italian wedding reception for friends and family who could not attend their wedding in Warsaw, I jumped at the opportunity to persuade this lovely bride to wear her gown again. And I was so […]


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Kalinka & Co., family session in Warsaw

This session was a gift that Kalinka’s mom got her husband for Christmas. We had agreed to actually take the photos in summer and spent a fun-loaded morning (in crazy heat!) walking around Warsaw University Library gardens and parts of Old Town. The sun was shining, the grass was green, and the cherries tasted soooo sweet…


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Ira, Irka, Irina

Who: Irina/ When: October 2012/ Where: Oberkassel, Duesseldorf  


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Agnieszka & John’s wedding – part 2

The truth is… it never rains at the weddings I photograph. I kept on saying this to Aga days before the wedding and even though it was a cold, cold day, the sun did come out and there was not a single rain drop when Agnieszka and John made their vows in beautiful surroundings of the historical house in Chartwell […]


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Agnieszka & John’s wedding day, part 1

I think Agnieszka and I are soulmates, only she is the warmer, better organised, more patient and simply nicer of the two of us ;) Her and John (who deserves an essay on his own for being one of the nicest people I have ever met) got married on May 5th in Chartwell, a former home of […]


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Tomas (and Agnieszka and John)

I have such a maaaaasive delay with posting on the blog… These were taken in April, half a year ago, when I met Agnieszka and John at their wedding venue. We were only planning to discuss wedding photography details, but as I was picked up by Agnieszka at the train station and met Tomas (their […]


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Gosia & Andrea wedding day, part 2

If you have ever been to a polish wedding party, you will know what ‘Gorzko, gorzko’ stands for. That night I have heard it maybe a thousand times and Gosia & Andrea have never failed to fulfill their guests’ wish to sweaten the vodka :) It was a great night! Venue: Pałacyk Otrębusy  


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Gosia & Andrea wedding day, part 1

So, here is the story. She is Polish, he is Italian. They got married in Warsaw (beautiful church at Plac Grzybowski) and it was amazing. I don’t think I let go of the camera for more than 10 minutes, there was so much going on.  When you are around these two, you know for sure that […]


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Ania & Michal post wedding photo shoot

Place: Park Saski, Warsaw. Couple: Ania & Michal, friends of friends of my friends. Weather: HOT!!!!!!!!!! Enjoy :)


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Gosia & Andrea pre-wedding shoot

With only 2 days left until they become husband and wife, this is a very ‘last minute’ pre-wedding report. I’m off to Warsaw tomorrow to photograph the ceremony and let me tell you, I can’t wait to see Gosia in her wedding dress (you can guess by the number of her own portraits in this […]


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A ‘goodbye to London’ session. Fabian.  

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Julie & Phil – wedding reception and party!

And what a party it was!!! I’m still laughing when I think of the best man’s speech – and this was just a start :) Venue: Fulam Palace, London.


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Julie&Phil – wedding ceremony

Today – continuation of photomemories from Julie & Phil’s big day :) The touching wedding ceremony took place in one of London’s most beautiful churches – Little Oratory, little brother of The London Oratory at Brompton Road. The moment Julie walked down the isle (and stunned all the guests) and the nervous look on Phil’s face – […]


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