About Me & Personal Work 

Hello & welcome to this page. It includes some of my favourite images from my extensive travels as well street photography galleries. 
You might be wondering - what is street photography? Is it taking photos of streets? NO! Thats what Google does to make maps:) For me, its about observing life and trying to find some interesting moments, light or geometry that people on the street hardly ever notice as they are too busy with their lives. 

I am photographer fascinated by life, light and geometry.  And thats exactly what I seek on wedding day...
Few of my favourite galleries bellow... 

Street Photography

Travel

Iran

Prague

Italy + Venice Carnival

Tibetan China

 
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If you made it all the way here you might be interested to find out a bit more about me. I am full time photographer based in Nottingham. I bought my first camera 10 years ago because I went for a holiday, took few snaps while away and put it back in the draw for few months. At that time, taking photos was about preserving memories, point and click, without any clue about light, composition etc. I did not fell in love with photography on my first holiday, it was travelling what became my passion and I started taking more and more trips abroad, with highlight being 9 months long travels in Asia. Thanks to travelling photography became my favourite hobby. I started taking it further by studying more about all aspect of photography, experimenting with portraits, studio lightning etc. I spent hours learning how to pose and use flash just to come to conclusion that I don’t like it and sold most of my studio gear. It was not until I started experimenting with street photography I found passion for observing and photographing people naturally, without getting noticed. That was the reason why I started photographing weddings. They are all about people, often hectic and always packed with emotion. I dont see myself as wedding photographer, I like capturing life. Weddings, street and travel photography or local events - my approach is always the same.