Elizabeth from Singapore met Daniel from Sweden while they were studying in Japan. They fell in love, stayed in love, and after being in love for ten years they decided to get married. The top secret elopement wedding took place in Stockholm with a ceremony at the City Hall. It was just the two of them, I got to both document the ceremony and act as a witness. It was a lovely day with many smiles and lots of laughter. Elizabeth and Daniel, thank you for letting me be part of it! I wish you all the best on your new path in life!
Linda contacted me and said she wanted to surprise her boyfriend Markus with a photo session for their 5th anniversary. An engagement shoot, but without the engagement.
What a great idea!
We headed out to Djurgården, a green oasis in the middle of Stockholm. This was the perfect place to shoot the couple who met through work in the sustainability business. They took a stroll over the fields, had a cozy picnic, and at the end they did some “work” in their favorite habitat. It was a great evening!
Fast forward to 2017 and the couple is now getting married! One month from today I have the honor of capturing their big day. I am really looking forward to it!
This is Chloe and Myles on Hohliebeweg, which literally translates to “Road of High Love”. I do not know the origin of the name, but the couple did seem to be high on love. Chloe was working during the summer season in Adelboden, Switzerland, and her boyfriend Myles came all the way from the USA to visit her for their one year anniversary. If that isn’t love, what is?
Jenn and Amy met in the beautiful valley of Adelboden, Switzerland. According to the tale it was more or less love at first sight, and it did not take that long until these lovely ladies had put sparkly rings on their fingers. I am going to have the great honour of photographing their wedding later this year, and I am so much looking forward to it! This engagement session was a lot of fun, and I am sure the wedding will be awesome.
My old website was crashing on mobile devices all the time, and I did not bother to blog new pictures that often. I thought “let’s do that later when things are sorted out”, and now I have this HUGE backlog to go through. However daunting the task may be, it really is nice to travel back in time with the help of photos. Especially when you find those amazing gems hidden on hard drives here and there. What I remember most from this family shoot with Cecilia and Carl (+1 in progress) is the outstanding sunset. I love sunsets. Sunsets are a like a drug to me.