It’s one of those unforgettable weddings where happens so much you think it’s not even real anymore. Not on the same day at least. But.. (Spoiler alert!) ..It was. Not
Continuing where we left off last time. We woke up in Tromsø and it was all sunshine. If I could wake up every day and see the view I was seeing
This international wedding took place at Hotel Kämp in Helsinki. Jessica is half Swedish, half Finnish and has lived in Switzerland and UK all of her life. Lars is Danish.
Our massive road trip across Scandinavia continues in Lofoten islands and Tromsø, Norway. (If you missed the first part, you can view it here and also on Facebook.) Shortly after leaving the
What happens when two Finns (who hope to be international wedding photographers) hop on a plane and go to Canada? Lots of awesome things. And LOTS of photos. This was
Nuuksio on aina ollut lähellä sydäntämme. Siksi tämä ihana kihlakuvaus, joka kohdatti meidät sinne, oli aivan täydellinen. I want to thank Jessica’s friend, who had attended a wedding in Finland,
During the 2,5 years in this business, it had never rained this much on a wedding day. Sure, there had been rain, but it had always started when it didn’t
I see everything through a lens. When I see something new, I always think of a photo I would take of it. Even when I don’t have my camera with
Two very special people. A very special day. I love Finnish countryside.
One of those times when you feel like you’ve met a mirror image of yourself. A day full of so much awesomeness that my heart felt like exploding. Cats –
Yesterday we wrapped up 2011. Last wedding of the year. Right now I know two things: 2011 has been amazing. And my best of 2011 post will be HUMONGOUS! But for