A dreamy, outdoor destination wedding in Capri, Italy

A dreamy, outdoor destination wedding in Capri, Italy

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.

EDITORIAL/ SHOOT IN THE FEDERICO FELLINI BEDROOM IN RIMINI

EDITORIAL/ SHOOT IN THE FEDERICO FELLINI BEDROOM IN RIMINI

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.

Noemi & Riccardo’s engagement in Florence

Noemi & Riccardo’s engagement in Florence

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.

MY EXPERIENCE AT SOPRARNO, AN ECLECTIC BOUTIQUE HOTEL IN FLORENCE

MY EXPERIENCE AT SOPRARNO, AN ECLECTIC BOUTIQUE HOTEL IN FLORENCE

On March this year I had the opportunity of experiencing a side of Florence I had never experienced before. This world of guest-houses that are perfectly designed to make your stay feel like an extravagant version of your home life feels new and surreal to me. How can you possibly feel at home while staying in a centuries old palace, with painted ceilings and in-room bath tabs?

It turns out, it is possible. And Betty Soldi is the woman that made this magical experience possible for me when she offered me the opportunity to stay at her boutique hotels SoprArno Suites and Ad Astra, located in the Oltrarno area of Florence, on the occasion of one of Pitti’s Taste events.