A good photograph should be as natural as life itself.

I've been shooting weddings for 10 years, and the primary value for me is the pictures, looking at which you believe in what is happening. But this doesn't mean that I shoot only reportage, as it is. I like it when the people in the photos look like themselves, and I try to notice an exciting emotion or situation. Therefore, staged photography is at a minimum.

I like to make stories out of the photos I took at the wedding.

Some people think that all weddings are the same, but it seems to me that they are all different. People live their day differently, so other stories come out. In fact, there're always so many various details and moments that happen at a wedding that it is impossible to shoot the same things every time.

At each wedding, I take an average of 4-5 thousand pictures.

Yes, I shoot a lot. Almost everything that happens to you on your wedding day seems interesting to me. Just to make an exciting story of the day for you. And for this reason, I advise couples to take a whole day from the bridal morning to the cake cutting because only those moments that are in the photos will remain in the memory of your day.

Many times I've been asked why I shoot weddings.

Because I like to be among people, to rejoice with them and for them, to get a boost of positive energy and give it back. Anyone from this field understands what I mean. And I'm also not interested in photography without people as a genre. The manifestation of the human has always caught on in the pictures.

It's essential for me to work for fun.

Otherwise, I just wouldn't have taken out 10 years in weddings. I found a balance between work, self-development and rest. Thanks to wedding photography, I got into photography in general. And life without visual art is unthinkable to me now.

At the heart of my approach is a dialogue with a person.

At all stages of communication, I try to hear you and give feedback: from understanding requests and values at a meeting to interacting directly on the day. Simply put, I'm for comfort and a good result.