What are you looking for when you fire the shutter?
"For me, it's all about real emotions. I'm not a fan of posed guest pictures, instead I believe at the end of the day there should be at least one great photo of each guest."
Weddings can be hectic, so how do you ensure you get everything?
"The most important thing is to keep calm and to radiate this calmness. Try to have an agenda and be prepared for all situations. Knowing your equipment and being able to use it perfectly is a must."
How do you decide which lens to use?
"95% of the time I prefer working with primes, using apertures between f/1.2 and f/2. Of course, that makes it harder to focus and it's even more important to have a good composition, but I love the end result and that's all that matters."
What do you think the wedding photography industry is missing at the moment?
"There are people who do not do their job with 100% heart and dedication. If you're not romantic yourself, in my opinion, photographing a wedding shouldn't be your job. There's so much more than money involved."
Do you prefer to shoot at home or abroad?
"Destination weddings are a very special part of my job, I love them, but I'm not trying to specialise in them primarily. What's more important for me is that my customers love my photos, and it doesn't matter where in the world their love story is told."