Husband. Father. Traveller. Visual Story Teller.
What a beautiful feeling to know new people, travel all over the world for days to capture the beauty and the emotions of your special moments! Come and say hello, have a talk about your wedding, an opportunity to know you and be able to create a film that it will last forever! Let’s make together the most beautiful film of your life. Your wedding film!
Frequently Asked Questions
How long have you been filming weddings? How many do you do per year?
For years to come, you'll look at this video to remember all your favorite things from your wedding day, so you want someone who will catch every detail. An experienced videographer is one of the best ways to ensure that happens. I work for more than 5 years in industry. Around 15 events per year mostly in Bucharest.
How would you describe your style—documentary, cinematic or a mix of both?
It is important to get a sense of my work, also you want to be sure my style aligns with yours. If you want a romantic video, and you and me don't have the same idea of what that means, you could end up paying for a video you don't really like. My portofolio work will give you a sense of my wedding films done before.
What input do you want from me, and what do you prefer to have final say on?
I see each piece created as an artistic endeavor, not just the story of your wedding day—so I have a specific vision in my mind that could be at odds with yours (you might want a particular song in the video, for example, while I might prefer something else). If you trust your videographer completely, this shouldn't be a problem, but if you have a certain idea of what you want in your wedding video, you may want to talk that over with me before you sign the dotted line.
Will there be a second shooter, a stationary camera or any other backup cameras on hand for our wedding?
Without a second shooter or any other backup, it may be difficult or nearly impossible for me to capture every moment on camera. Many times, a second shooter comes in mt package, but just in case, it's good to ask.