Michela del Forno
Michela records what unfolds before her during the wedding, concentrating on those unique and inspiring moments, where photojournalism and cinema osculate with a distinctive unparalleled style. Michela‘s Wedding Photography is always in the pursuit of inspiring experiences with the intnet to explore: her Wedding photos are a creative process and result in more iconic, evocative images. Michela‘s images are a tribute to life, permeated with movement, emotion and rhythm. At the same time, Michela can capture moments that reveal, in their stillness and silence, a whole world.
Michela has excellent skills in interacting and connecting with people and directing them in order to make them feel at ease and bring out the best of them. Michela‘s love for photography started at the age of 23 as a university student in Venice. After graduating with a bachelors degree in foreign languages and literature she specialized in event design and management working in Toronto (Canada), London (UK) and Italy. It was then while working as event organizer that she realized she just wanted to do it: she felt like she should be a photographer.
In 2005 she started cooperating as associate Wedding Photographer at Carlo Carletti‘s studio although it wasn’t until 2008 when she decided to move to Tuscany and pursue her passion for Wedding Photography as her career. Since then she has been shooting Weddings ranging from intimate to large scale and VIP ceremonies all over Italy and abroad.
Francesco was born in 1974 in Tuscany (Italy) where he lives and works. Francesco is a freelance photographer and visual artist. Since 2006 he cooperates with Carlo Carletti and dedicates himself to Wedding Photography as well as to an intense research in art photography. He attended the photographic school Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence and in 2001 he obtained the professional photography degree at C.F.P. San Colombano Florence, Italy. His work has been exhibited at The Invisible Dog Art Center, New York; La Triennale, Milan; Palazzo della Permanente, Milan; MACRO Testaccio, Rome; Stinson Beach Gallery, San Francisco; Nappe dell’Arsenale, Venice.