While I was visiting all my firends in the States I got the chance to meet this adorable couple and to shoot their beautiful wedding. You could totally see how much they love each other. Thank you Philipp and Gayle for letting me capture your big day!
Here’s my favorite shot of 2012. It’s an engagement session I got to shoot from a really sweet couple with a great Story. She’s brazilian and used to be an AuPair in Connecticut. She fell in love with an American but she had to go back home because her Visa expired. After being in a long distance relationship for over a year he asked her to marry her in this State Park (Sleeping Giant State Park, CT) while she visited him. This is real movie potential! <3
What I like most about this image is how the river reflected the sun. It’s adds a really dreamy effect.
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This cute couple gets married this Saturday and I was lucky enough to shoot an engagement session before theire big day.
She’s brasilian and he’s american. It’s an international longdistance Lovestory (those are the best kinds) at least in movies and books and apparently it works perfectly in real life too.
We went to the Sleeping Giant Park in Hamden, Connecticut, What a beautiful piece of earth. Amazing trials and the Locations and Lighting were just amazing!
This is just a sneak picture since I’m laying flat with tonsillitis since 4 days now, meh.
I went again to the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk yesterday to look at this very rare white alligator. I was very impressed by it’s beauty.
Of some 5 million or so American alligators thought to be alive, fewer than 100 are white, according to the St. Augustine Alligator Farm, which owns this “great white of the wetlands.”
The 8-foot American alligator is an albino animal. Albino animals (and people) lack the pigment, called melanin, that normally gives color to the skin, hair and eyes. Aside from being white with pink eyes, the alligator looks, swims and eats like a regular ’gator.
I had the chance to photograph the Connecticut based band Second Street Saints at the popular Music Festival Alive@Five in Stamford.
On Friday I went to the Reception for the artists exhibiting in the Wilton Arts Council Focus ’12 Juried Photography Exhibition, an annual exhibition featuring artists using a variety of photography media. I participated with two pictures and I was really interested in seeing all the other photographers work.
It was a really good exhibit. There is no main topic so the pictures range from Landscape to Street style Portraits taken in India.
The Exhibition runs through April 28. A portion of the proceeds benefits the library.
As you may know by now I’m as an Au Pair here in the States. Today I was in my host sons classroom teaching them about german culture. The article is already online and you can find it here.