David is an Italian luxury wedding photographer but it would be better to call him storyteller.
Born in Florence (Tuscany, Italy) to a family of photographers. He learned by experience, next to his uncle and his father, how to narrate real feelings through images.
The strong photographer origin of his family (since 1932), made David ask himself important questions during adult age, questioning about the gap between working as a photographer and being a photographer, challenging himself and questioning his abilities every time.
Today, thanks to this attitude he understands reality of things and he is aware of being completely seduced by his job, namely his greatest passion: photography.
His endless research of the Aesthetics of beauty allowed him to fine-tune a well-defined, yet constantly evolving style, based on elegance of shape and light, an interaction distinguishing all his shots.


Luxury wedding photographer in Tuscany, based in Florence, Italy
Luxury wedding photographer in Tuscany, based in Florence, Italy
Luxury wedding photographer in Tuscany, based in Florence, Italy
Luxury wedding photographer in Tuscany, based in Florence, Italy
Luxury wedding in Florence (with a chinese tea ceremony)

Luxury wedding in Florence (with a chinese tea ceremony)

Marriage unites two people, two families and sometimes two cultures: for this reason, I love working as a wedding photographer in Italy and around the world, to be able to grasp the details and customs of different peoples, in one of their most important days.

The marriage of Paulina and Peter in Florence was an opportunity to discover an important aspect of the Chinese culture: the tea ceremony. Paulina, in fact, has Chinese origins and wanted this ceremony to be part of the marriage because it was important for her to show and share her origins on her wedding day.

In a traditional Chinese wedding, the tea ceremony is one of the most significant events. The bride and groom serve tea to their parents, having a chance to give thanks and pay respect to them for all the years of nurture and care. In return, the parents bless the newlyweds with a gift. The tea itself is also important – it’s a symbol of purity, stability and fertility. The purity of tea signifies that love is pure and noble; the stability of tea stands for faithful love; the fertility of tea means that the new couple will have many children.

A Love story … from Rome to Harpers’ Bazaar

A Love story… from Rome to Harper’s Bazaar

One of the most interesting aspects of working as a wedding photographer is the possibility of face extraordinary stories, in which destiny is really committed to put them all the pieces in the right place. This is what happened to Sarah and Markus, a wonderful couple whom I photographed on their wedding day in Rome.

It is not a coincidence that the spouses have chosen the Eternal City because that is exactly where they met and where their love has blossomed. Sarah was in Rome for work when she was forced to stay one more day: on that extra day she met Markus. After two years of love lived at a distance, Markus chose Rome again to propose: there again, inevitably, Rome was the theater of their fantastic marriage