Photographer for people who are not afraid to show me their love and emotions.
Hi there, let me be your wedding memories catcher
My dear soon-to-be newlyweds, I'm glad to see you here. I'm Ivan, the photographer whose camera will capture your most genuine and warmest emotions on one of the most amazing events in your lives – your wedding. Let me and my camera get up close and personal, tell me all about your journey called love and then, some time after the wedding, enjoy the beautifully documented memories of the day when you said "I do".
Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Istria or Europe? No matter where, I‘ll capture your tears and joy.
When it comes to celebrating such an important life moment as a wedding, there really are no obstacles. With my equipment, I can travel anywhere you want, and since I am a great lover of nature and travel, counting kilometers is a pleasure for me, especially if you greet me at the finish line with a smile. Feel free to take a look at my recent galleries and you will see that I love the beauty of natural environments and the intimate moments between my couples.
"What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that's gone forever, impossible to reproduce."
husband, father and wedding photographer
Let me introduce myself
Although I have a fairly common name, when it comes to photography - I strive for anything but ordinary. I was born in the most beautiful country in the world - Croatia. Although I am an economist by profession, my favorite occupation is catching your unique moments. I often find inspiration in small things, and certainly one of my favorite walks is with my wonderful wife and son.
"He turned every tear, fear and smile on our most important day into beautiful photos that we still look at today with joy. A professional who never let go of his main weapon, the camera, for even a second. He turned every uncomfortable situation into a comfortable one and turned us laymen into professional models. We have settled the marriage, the next photo shoot we leave to Ivan is that of some new generations. Thanks again!"