We are more than just a wedding video and photography company: we are artists. Our experience in the world of film and artistic documentary photography allows us to give that special touch to every wedding that we cover. That is what makes us different than the rest.
We devote ourselves to every wedding couple and every project as if was the only one we had. We love being in close contact with the bride and the groom by meeting with them before the wedding, getting to know them well, giving them all the options we have to offer and knowing how far they want to go. That is why our work motto is:
Our main goal is to take photos and film a video which truly adapts to the couple’s style. Every couple is unique and we know that the coverage of their wedding must reflect their essence. Although the seal of our work will be present, the main characters of the photos and video will always be the couple who will be able to view them in years to come and fully enjoy the magical story of their wedding day.
Love knows no barriers and neither does our work. We go to any spot in the planet because we love to travel and are fully committed to our services. We have documented weddings in Panama, Mexico, Caracas, Dominican Republic, Aruba, Dubai and Switzerland as well as an endless parade of cities in Spain.
After becoming a lawyer, Dani immersed himself in the world of movies by becoming a film producer and a passionate documentary maker. He has produced fiction feature films and documentaries which have participated in prestigious film festivals such as the Santa Barbara Film Festival, Cinequest, Chicago Latino Film Festival, Cannes and the Trieste Film Festival. He has also been selected at the Berlinale Talent Campus, Iberoamerican Films Crossing Borders and Nuevas Miradas, among others.
He is currently working on post-production of his latest film, shot in Argentina.
This Venezuelan photographer cast aside her Law degree to devote herself completely to her great passion: photography. For several years she has exhibited her work in different art centers, such as the collective exhibition entitled “Papel” which was presented at the Blasini Gallery in Caracas in 2009. That same year she participated in the 34th Aragua National Salon of Art at the Mario Abreu Maracay Museum of Contemporary Art (MACMA). She has been a part of collective exhibitions in Spain and Venezuela and has presented her work individually: 37 Days at La Guayaba Verde (Caracas, 2009); Línea Amarilla at Montaña Creativa (Caracas, 2011) and Leka Leka (Madrid, 2012).
Trained in photography more than a decade ago at the prestigious Roberto Mata Photography Workshop and the Nelson Garrido Organization in Venezuela, Marienna has published part of her work in different Hispanic American print media such as: El Nacional, Tal Cual, El Universal and MONO magazine. In 2015, her work was selected by the International Festival PHE2015 as well as in Slideluck Caracas and Slideluck Madrid.