Your wedding day is so much more than just a regular day in your life. It's a dream come true. I will do anything in my power to make it a fun and a memorable experience.
I am sociable but not too visible, my eyes and ears are wide open to see all the small and big moments at the right place and times.
I am there to capture the tears, the laughter, the dancing kids, that special moment with your grandparents or just any silly moment that you would rather not remember ;) you can trust me to see it and make sure it's captured at the right place and the right time with lots of love and passion.
During the group photo’s at this winter wedding at kasteel woerden, the Netherlands it started raining heavily. Luckily this beautiful couple didn't care about the rain. And I was excited too. Rain is a great addition to a photo. So if you ever have rain on your wedding day? Don't worry a good photographer always knows what to do with it and will get excited seeing it.106th Collection
The getting ready is an incredible moment especially when kids are around. I just love how serious the kids look when they try to close the dress. They are completely in their element while the sun lightly touches the face of the mom and in the background the other kids are getting ready for the big day.105th Collection
I will never forget this moment. Don't ask me why but the bride and groom were opening the presents that the parents of the groom gave them and out of the blue the bride just randomly fell of her chair. She and her friend couldn't stop laughing. It was a moment to remember.104th Collection
Kasteel Woerden in the Netherlands has such a beautiful chandeliers in their ceremony room. I just knew I wanted to create something special with it. The staff was already preparing for the next day but I asked them if I could borrow the room for just a few minutes. The staff even light up the candles for me. So friendly. Love how this silhouette turned out.104th Collection
Inge and Dennis rented this beautiful vintage van. So I knew I wanted to do something artistic with it. After they had lunch in the van, I thought it could be nice to pretend it would be night and light up their faces with flashes and then we created this image. I love trying out new things especially when the result turns out to be pretty cool 😎 don’t you think?103rd Collection
Our third stop for this wedding was the Mariahoeve in Putten in the Netherlands, it's a museum farm, camping but also a wedding location. After the bridal shoot where we shot beautiful pictures I had to hurry because Hester and Rick were on their way too.
I love this pictures because of the coolest car ever and the beautiful smiling faces of the bride and groom. The moment they entered everybody began to clap. It's just a great spontaneous moment which makes me very happy and puts me back right into that moment.
This wedding season I kicked of the season with this beautiful couple, Linda and Andrew. A Dutchie that met an American. They had and still have a long distance relationship but that didn’t hold Andrew back to propose to Linda. Their love for one another is stronger then the distance of living in two different continents and got married in the Netherlands 🇳🇱 at a beautiful castle called kasteel de Haar.101st Collection
This wedding was so much fun, first some family portraits but then the bride asked for some fun portraits with her male and female friends. First we started with some friends shots and then this idea popped up into my head. Not sure what they thought when I asked them to throw a show at me. During the first throw they were very gentle. But I missed expression and the shoes ended up nearby. Then I asked them to throw harder and they did! I love their expression during this throw and out of all the shoes the brides shoe ended up in front of the lens. Location @montfoort tuinen, the Netherlands100th Collection
Inspired by the photos and some behind the scenes videos of Sam Hurd this photo was taken during a shoot in the botanical gardens in Amsterdam. I saw a beautiful palm tree, love those trees. I placed them under a palm tree and saw a leave that I could use as an additional layer.100th Collection
Hannan and Jurrien were amazing, with so much laughter and tears the day started at the hortus in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. A botanical garden, there we took some great shots. Then at some point I saw the sun coming out through the trees laid down on the ground and took this shot. Love to see their connection through this image.99th Collection
After getting married in the city hall in Landsmeer Alperen and Fagria took me to their special place called het Twiske, this is an extraordinary nature reserve in The Netherlands. We walked for about 30 minutes to get to the spot with this windmill and it was absolutely worth it. It gave me a sereen feeling, the beautiful couple, water clashing, the wind blowing and the stunning views of nature.92nd Collection
Merel and Thomas got married somewhere in the Hei in Leusden, the Netherlands s. The guests were brought with an old train to the place of the ceremonie. For me it was a bit harder to locate the exact place but it was so beautiful. They were surrounded by purple heather and it was completely located in the nature. After their I do moment they left in style, not only with bubbles but also with a Riksja bycicle.91st Collection
This moment was captured right before the first look at the Bed and Breakfast Mon Chouette in Leusden, the Netherlands.
I positioned the groom at an open area and went to see where the bride was at. At that moment she walked outside the door and I called her name and caught her attention.
This was such a fun day. We started the day at the Hof in Bergen, the Netherlands. A great idea that this couple had was giving each other a gift behind a door, without seeing each other before doing the first look. After the first look we went to Bergen aan Zee, the Netherlands where we strolled on the beach. The weather was just perfect. Not cold and cloudy. Sharon and Jeffrey were amazing to work with.88th Collection
This couple was just so relaxed and fun to work with. We started the morning at the hotel 15 min drive from this beautiful place called landhuis Brakkesteyn in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Before the ceremonie we walked through the forest looking for some beautiful spots but we didn’t need to look far, there it was right in front of us.87th Collection