So many times I’ve heard that phrase: “Your work speaks a lot about you.” And yes, it’s true. When you do something that you really love, you leave a piece of yourself in it. A big part of my life I left a piece of myself in music, but then completely spontaneous photography came into my life, attracting all of my time and attention towards it. At first it was just a hobby that I had and I didn’t want to attend any photography classes because all of my previous experiences with music school somehow limited me. I didn’t want to do the same with photography. I didn’t want rules and guidelines, I just wanted to make photographs and enjoy the process. My process. Even today I think the same, but now photography isn’t just my passion, it’s also my job and a big part of my life. Photography showed me the way to my soulmate, my favourite photographer, my best friend, and my biggest love – David Mihoci. Today we are husband and wife!
So why wedding photography? My idols in photography were never wedding photographers, nor did I dream about becoming one. I fantasised of being a photographer that will capture moments, just the way they are. All the wonderful things and moments that happened around me, that fascinated me with their simplicity. I fantasised about capturing beauty as it is. I’m not drawn to weddings as weddings, I’m drawn to people, to emotions, grace and spontaneity. To capture raw moments that wake up emotions in me… I found that in wedding photography. Every wedding is a new challenge, and every person that I photograph in a way becomes my new friend. In 2007 I photographed my first wedding and since then photography took me around the world. A journey I never imagined. Every day I’m smiling because I do what I love and it gave me the gift to travel and meet new cultures, new people.
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