We met in London where we both spent over 15 years establishing our film and photography careers. Whenever we had the chance we would spend our free time travelling around Italy. When our beautiful daughter was born we decided to relocate to Tuscany, and now live between Florence and Umbria.
Around that time, we were asked to photograph and film a friends' destination wedding in Tuscany. After sharing with them such an important moment and looking at the film and photographs we created for them, we realized this was what we had been waiting for! We decided to take a break from commercial photography and celebrate people who are in love instead.
To film and photograph the most important days of your life is now our passion, and we cherish the opportunity to capture your unique story in just the way you imagined it, creating memories that will be a part of your family story for ever.
We look forward being your Tuscany photographer and English videographer!
Emma & David
David - English born Cameraman & Cinematographer, 15 years experience in London
“From my first experiences as assistant to the world-renowned fashion photographer Nick Knight, I experienced and learned about the wonderful world of creating inspiring and beautiful images.
I took a wealth of knowledge from this privileged experience; this would later fuel my desire to have a career as a director and cinematographer. This is an amazing business to be involved with, I have traveled to some great locations, experiencing wonderful situations and worked with some amazing and extraordinary people, some of whom become friends for life.”
Emma - Italian born Photographer; Ba(hons) and MA in Art Photography in London
“I am fascinated by people and the way they express themselves and their emotions through gestures, looks and body language. When I take lifestyle photographs, I always step back far enough to let the subjects personality surface, then capture the real moments and emotions. I like to carefully create spaces and situations in which my subject can move in, and then photograph them relaxed to achieve a ‘natural’ moment. My personal projects explored the boundaries of documentary photography through issues of representation, reality and self-expression, and were exhibited internationally.”