“Details matter, it’s worth waiting to get it right.” | Steve Jobs


All my wedding films are edited into mini-films, full of colors, emotions, artistic techniques that make them inspiring and different every time.

I always look for new sources of inspiration – sometimes in the least expected and unusual places – to create my own style, lighting expression, framing to make everyone of my films what they are today.

I love to travel, discover new cultures, atmospheres, capture the life around and to tell a story through images and music.



I don’t work on an hourly rate, as the way I shoot is not conventional, my movies are not linear or edited on the spot.

I truly love to get to know the married couple, to learn their history, who they are, what their ambitions are. I get all my research done on the wedding location and in contact with the wedding planner, vendors, before hand. I come early on the big day, to inhale the surroundings, the mood, the atmosphere, to guide my inspiration. I keep an eye out on everything and everyone, the whole time and I image the finished product as I am filming. I then return home to write down the story of their movie, since we are telling a story after all, the movie editing comes after. I strip down all my rushes, listen to every word, find every clue that can help guide the story through the editing.

As a musicien at heart, I give a lot of emphasis to the music. I go though hundreds of songs to find the perfect music that fits best with the story I am telling.

Since perfection is found in the details, I try and retry and than try again to put the scenes together until the movie is perfect.


I am not on the hunt to film every wedding possible, I choose to work with wedding couples that like my work, and my philosophy.

I choose to cover a limited amount of weddings each year, focusing on quality over quantity.

A movie has a beginning and an end, that is why I am present from the preparations to the late night festivities. I find as much, if not more enjoyment, in sharing the eve of the wedding, and the first day as newly weds, as they are days full of emotions that deserve to have their story told in the movie.

There you have it, you now know everything. Well that’s not completely true, but why not share the rest around a hot cup of coffee,


A Canadian Wedding in France

Welcome to the wedding of Rose and Boris, a beautiful Canadian couple who got married in a dreamy Château in France.

A multi-cultural event with sparkling guests, have a look at their wedding trailer.

Show their story