Cecilia + Simon | Classic castle wedding in Skåne, Sweden

Cecilia + Simon | Classic castle wedding in Skåne, Sweden

Adventures of a Sweden wedding photographer. Last spring I travelled all the way to Skåne, the most southern part of Sweden, to photograph the beautiful classic castle wedding of Cecilia and Simon. I had been looking forward to this wedding all winter. Cecilia is a...
Betül + Baris | Industrial Turkish wedding in Veghel

Betül + Baris | Industrial Turkish wedding in Veghel

Betül and Baris asked me to do a pre-wedding shoot with them at one of the most beautiful industrial locations in The Netherlands: the SIEMei factory in Veghel. I absolutely love industrial locations as the setting for romantic photo sessions. It really adds that bit...
Stefanie + Thomas | Stylish city wedding in Antwerp

Stefanie + Thomas | Stylish city wedding in Antwerp

The beautiful city wedding of Stefanie and Thomas took place in the middle of Antwerp, on a sunny day in August. When they first emailed me with their ideas for their wedding I was all YES YES YES. Antwerp is a place close to my heart. The Central Station where they...
Pascalle + Lennart | Wedding in Bergen aan Zee

Pascalle + Lennart | Wedding in Bergen aan Zee

Pascalle and Lennart were the first couple to book me as their wedding photographer since I took my business full-time last year. Without knowing, the two of them marked an important change in my life. They will forever have a special place in my heart for that...
Coco + Lex | 1920s vintage wedding

Coco + Lex | 1920s vintage wedding

Gold rimmed tableware, the aged wood of antique furniture, shoes straight from a fairytale, heavy gemstone jewelry and flowers as if they were painted by the Dutch Masters. The inspiration for this styled vintage wedding was taken from the soul of old things. Things...
Katrien + Tanguy

Katrien + Tanguy

He burst into tears no more than three minutes into the ceremony, reaching for a handkerchief while three of his closest friends continued their musical intervention. A little later he would hand the same handkerchief to his bride, to catch her tears as she read her...