"As a wedding photographer is not enough just to take a series of poses or orchestrated shots no matter how good they are. You have to create a photographic story so the viewers can feel the moment. You have to show the emotions on the most important day of their life as a couple. Sometimes this is perhaps the hardest thing to do for a wedding photographer, but not for me in case of Alexandra and Razvan.
I had the privilege to start this project in a special place - the city of love, Paris. There were three days where we faced challenges from cold, fog, wind, to street protests and even Eurostar strikes, but we reached our target, however in this roller coaster I had the opportunity to get to know them better, to observe them through the camera lens and to understand their love story.
Their looks at each other and the small details in behaviour, seen dozens of times both through the camera and in the editing buttressed my belief that I have the privilege of witnessing their true love story.
On the wedding day that followed, where although it was a busy schedule, they always had a smile on their faces, they showed their love for one another every step of the way and they lived the moment with joy and happiness.
The photos below strengthen what I describe above and I invite you to look and decide if I was right or not.
For Alexandra and Razvan, I do not wish them happiness because they already have it, I wish them to keep their energy and joy as it is now for the rest of their lives."