A wedding editorial immersed in the beauty of Soprarno Suites, Florence. a boutique hotel with ten spaces designed to enjoy an unsual Florence. My friends Betty Soldi and Matteo Perduca have filled this space with antique furniture and bespoke works of art that will be part of my shoots during my 1:1 mentoring session.
Published on HELLO MAY Australia
There are couples that choose a destination for their wedding based on years of memories visiting that place. There are people that choose a certain destination because it was the setting of a memorable life event. And then there are couples, like Laura and Nick, who choose a wedding destination because they want to make memories in a place that is new to both of them…
When that happens, you can guarantee that your wedding will be an emotional, exciting adventure.
I love a clear brief, and I really appreciate a good schedule on a wedding day but sometimes you need a creative project that is all about purposely making art for the sake of satisfying your artistic call.
This project, entitled “Diapositive of an untouched heart,” is exactly one of those project created by me and Carolina Rimondi, to stretch our creative muscles and create beauty for beauty’s sake.
Sometimes it’s important to go beyond the boundaries of our commissioned work to reconnect with our artistic side, find inspiration in the unusual and create beauty for the sake of beauty. That’s why a few months ago I decided to do a competition to offer one couple an engagement shoot. It wasn’t going to be the usual stroll in the city’s most famous landmarks. This shoot had to transcend the obvious clichés and go deep and intimate.