We believe photography should be a reflection of a moment in time. It’s a way to capture life’s beauty, to make the intangible tangible, to feel through an image, to reflect emotions and make them last forever, to play with light and colors. 

We work passionately to improve day by day, learning from our clients and the people who we work with, complicity is one of the most important values when shooting people and that’s why we love to establish a connection with our clients before working with them because when you click with your clients results are organic and wholesome. 

We love shooting weddings because we are young, romantic and active (young hopeless romantic); weddings can be big and beautiful but also quite challenging. That’s where being active goes hand in hand with wedding photography. They are a chaotic expression of love, emotion and passion, full of laughter, joy and tears; anticipation, nerves and tension. For us it’s not about awkward staged photos, but authentic moments. The look of on a pride father’s face, or the nervous fidgeting of a groom before he sees his bride for the first time. It’s all these moments that write the story of the a couple’s important day and it is with great honor that I tell this story through pictures. Your story. To capture the big and the small moments, the beautiful unseen moments, the crazy dance moves, all laughter and tears and the real, honest moments that life is made of.

We are absolute fans of traveling, there’s no better way to learn than from people and cultures, and cuisine. We take every chance we get to pair these two hobbies (or live them) along with photohgraphy.

We have been fortunate enough to do a vast amount of travel and take every opportunity we get to see new shores and faces. Traveling the globe has been the best source of practical learning for us in various aspects of life including photography. 

 

As most travelers will know, travel and food go hand in hand. At some point we began to infuse photography with travel and food only to soon develop a taste capturing food. With most couples, shooting people can be quite organic and natural and requires less orchestration. However, diving into the realm of food photography gave us more flexibility to play around with plating and balancing food with its environment to present the perfectly aesthetic dish. 

© 2016 by Ariadna Balart.