This was one of my favorite Adventure Elopements in Iceland. I was in Iceland filming and photographing some promotional work for my friend, Tyler and a few days prior he had some elopements that I second shot for him. This was shot near Black Sand Beach and as you can see if you angle yourself right, you get this awesome view of the natural stone arch.
We will probably never forget this wedding. The couple, Regula & Lukas, are avid skiers. So it was clear for them that they get married in winter.
Their plan was to ski to their wedding ceremony. So during the preliminary talk they asked us if we could probably take some photos at the end of the ski slope from the edge of the slope.
For us it was clear, if a couple is so crazy and wants to ski down the slope in their wedding dresses, then we have to offer more than some photos from the edge of the slope.
The operators of the ski resort then provided us with a man from the piste rescue service. Chris was then tied onto a rescue sled. But look for yourself, here you can see a little making of on our Instagram channel: https://www.instagram.com/p/CegU-yoN3LH/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link&igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA==
Adding to the picturesque background with such vibrant colours, the elegant moose, the enchanting blue sky was all that was needed for this shot. When I saw the frame I just had to shoot the couple in this beautiful frame. Nature is a vision by itself.
In the enchanting embrace of Thailand's Sanctuary of Truth, a symphony of moments unfolded for Devika and Ketan, etching their love story into the very essence of this awe-inspiring place. With each step they took on the intricate wooden floors, it was as if the sanctuary itself bore witness to their journey, a journey woven with threads of laughter, shared glances, and whispered promises.
A Captured Moment of Pure Love.
Amidst the enchanting blue hour in downtown Houston, I seized the opportunity to witness and capture a breathtaking surprise proposal. Guiding my drone through the cityscape, I immortalized the magical moment as love filled the air. It was a testament to the power of love and the joy of preserving heartfelt memories. Congratulations to the happy couple Miranda & Javier on this beautiful milestone!
This was my first time in the Faroe Islands. Alahna and Victor came from London for this adventure elopement. There are two ways to get to this location, one is by hiking a long, long way, and the other way is by chartering a boat. We went with the latter. On the first day and first attempt, the water was too rough for the boat to dock at the drop-off safely, so we were forced to turn around. On day two, the attempt was a success, but then we had one heck of a hike to get to this vantage point, and the sun was setting quickly, so we had to move. All in all, I think it was a success. Special thanks to my friend Tyler; his knowledge and planning made this possible.
Capturing this shot was quite the adventure. Venturing through the rugged Pacific Northwest forests, we embarked on a mission to find this one-of-a-kind fallen tree. It wasn't an easy task, battling nature's obstacles and conquering challenging trails for a couple of hours. Setting up a self-portrait using a remote control and tripod, I'm thrilled to have finally captured us in this unique scenery. This journey showcased our unwavering determination and passion for capturing nature's raw beauty.