Hi and Welcome,
I am Lukas, a French Destination Wedding Photographer based in South Florida.
I discovered photography when I was living in Australia. I wanted to show my family and friends the beautiful landscapes of this very singular country and to share my new life and adventure with them.
Later on I started taking portraits of people and life scenes. Photography became an excuse to please my curiosity, to discover new angles of human beings and their cultures. I wanted to go where I had never dared to go before.
When I take pictures, I am traveling and experiencing new ways of living in which I can express myself and feel fullfiled.
With that same idea in mind of taking pictures in the heat of the moment, I started photographing weddings. I first took pictures of my friends’ weddings, and then little by little, through networking, I was brought to this very peculiar wedding universe that I enjoy.
What is important for me is to capture the moment and keep it real and authentic; every action has to remain spontaneous, every emotion has to be caught in an instant. That is why I am an active member of the WPJA, International society of professional photographers and also the Fearless photographers.
Every wedding picture is a challenge. I am 100% involved, living the emotion, and trying to keep it as real as I can in my photo reports.
Over the course of one day I tell your story and keep your memories . . .
How to best describe my work?
I love to tell stories. I love the idea that through a single photo, a slideshow or a photo album, everyone can interpret the meaning of my pictures and read my work his own way. I like to take a picture from my point of view and imply an action or an emotion. Image does induce imagination in every mind.
I am a documentary wedding photographer with a lyrical and humanist approach. Your emotions are the soul of my work, light is its blood, my creativity its body.
Your wedding pictures are not only mere memories of a reception, but they build your family photographic history. They have an actual meaning and an intergenerational scope. I am well aware that my work must be timeless to be truly appreciated over (the course of) time.