Hi, I am Maria and I am creative professional wedding and portrait photographer based in Bristol but travel the world!

A little about me:

Love: Photography, food and travel.

Obsessed: with good cup of speciality coffee, tomatoes and that dreamy light!

3 Facts about me:

  • I have one of the most creative degrees you can achieve called Creative Advertising however, the photography module in my degree spiked my interest and made me fall in love with photography and I’ve been taking pictures ever since.
  • I have beautiful four year old daughter, who already is used to being in front of the camera at least once a week. Her name is Amaya, which means “night rain” in Japanese because I’m also in love with Japan.
  • I used to own speciality coffee shop in city centre of Bristol, this is where the love for coffee started.

Photographs are the best way to capture memories and I love how just one picture can tell a whole story. That’s exactly what I create for my clients. From beautiful parks settings and beach backgrounds to photographs taken in your own home, I can adapt to any location and situation to take some truly personal and memorable important to you photographs.

However wedding photography is my favourite type of photography, being able to capture your special day is truly unique opportunity.

What I love about wedding photography?

I love all the emotions the day brings, I love all the thoughts and details that go into it. Months or years of planning for that one day that finishes way too quickly. This is why it is so important to have a wedding photographer, you can look at your photos again and again and re-live that moment all over from the start..

What my couples say about me?

I am brilliant at photographing people and animals. I capture real emotions and make people feel comfortable in front of the camera.

If you think you would love to have me as your wedding photographer in UK or anywhere around the world it will be my honour to be there for you, drop me an email so we can chat about your special day.

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