bride and groom coming out of limpersberg church 1
little black girl smiling at her mom while bride and groom exchange rings
iceland trash the dress wedding
wedding rings
wedding in venice italy
wedding in morocco
fine art wedding photography
wedding couple in luxembourg
ireworks at wedding party in france
funny wedding picture
beautiful bride portrait
grand dad smiling and crying while hugging the bride
kids being kids
bride and groom dancing and kissing like crazy
people laughing out loud at wedding reception
little girl on a swin
bride breaking into tears
the groom is thrown in the air at wedding reception
little girl hiding in brides dress


A wedding photographer and a story-teller

Welcome to my website. My name is Samuel and I’m a wedding photographer based in Luxembourg.

I consider myself a story-teller. The main reason I love to photograph weddings can be summed up in three words: “Telling your story”.

With my images I will build up a storyline, in order to recreate as closely as I can all the emotions of this very special day. This can only be achieved through candid photos and without any kitsch effects. My work is meant to be timeless so that in 20 years from now , you can live this day again with the same feeling and share it with your loved ones. Those who were there, and those who were not there, particularly future generations.

As a photographer I believe the human relationship with my clients is so important. Of course, before the wedding I meet with the couple, but I also go the extra mile by including an engagement session in my wedding package. This photo-session will allow us to know each other a bit better and you will get used to my way of shooting photographs. It is vital to get along well because I will be there on the most important day of your life !

My style of photography

If your pictures aren’t good enough, you aren’t close enough.

Robert Capa

I like this quote by Robert Capa. it sums up pretty well my vision of photography. A good photographer should of course always be on the move to find the best position and capture important moments. However, I believe that he also meant the emotional closeness, not just physical. And that’s what matters to me the most: being able to recreate the emotion of your wedding through my pictures.

To achieve this, I have developed a documentary style, helping me to keep distances from the more traditional wedding photography, which looks way too fabricated and artificial in my opinion. I only work with prime lenses (24mm & 50mm) which forces me to get close to the action and my subjects. I’m always on the go for capturing moments such as a tear, a laugh or a hug.

An image is worth a thousand words. That’s why I invite you to check out my portfolio and the blog where you will find examples of past wedding reportages !

Getting engaged in London

In less than two weeks I will be shooting my first Jewish wedding in Luxembourg city. Since it is a first for me, I wanted to thank my lovely couple, Yaelle & Daniel, by shooting their engagement session  in London ! Why shooting the engagement session in London ? Well, obviously because they live in…

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Shooting a Cape Verdean Wedding

I recently was lucky enough to shoot the wedding of a friendly Cape Verdean couple. A large part of their family had made the trip to Luxembourg and it was a wedding rich in emotions. Let’s do a little recap. The bride getting ready It took me less than 2 minutes to get a shot…

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Religious wedding at Notre-Dame de Luxembourg

Today let me introduce you to the wedding of Ozgecan & Emanuele, a Turkish & Italian couple living in Luxembourg. They had a beautiful religious ceremony at Notre-Dame de Luxembourg, my first time shooting in the most iconic church in Luxembourg. Getting Ready at the Sept-Fontaines castle The couple had decided to celebrate their wedding…

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