Jasmin and Tim met in their 20’s. Jasmin was graduating from university in design and Tim working in electronic music events while graduating in engineering. They soon began exploring their passion for photography and filmmaking together. It was the intangible allure that lured them deeper into the world of wedding photography - the realization that each story is  an invitation to cherish the fleeting moments that breathe life into our existence. For them, there is a sweet nostalgia that clings to every grain and the unrivaled anticipation that accompanies transforming a moment into a timeless heirloom. Jasmin is a skilled photographer who has a keen eye for detail, relying on her background in design. Tim loves to uncover hidden stories that pulse beneath the surface - each of his films is a blend of visual and auditory delight. They complement each other’s talents, excelling at capturing life's precious fragments.

They feel blessed to have been documenting the stories of couples from London, New York, California, Singapore all over Italy, France, UK, USA, Europe and across the earth. Their work also encompasses their enthusiasm for ceaseless current of personal style. With every click of the shutter, they orchestrate an energetic ode to self-expression amidst a sea of influences. A lighthouse guiding us to discover and embrace our truest selves. Their work also made them become trusted by international fashion designers for editorial productions and campaigns. In the process, they have created their own take on contemporary wedding photography and cinematography, shaping a unique identity for all art lovers, dreamers, rebels, tastemakers and seekers. Named as one of the top wedding photographers in the world by Rangefinder Mag New York, published in VOGUE, HARPER'S BAZAAR, Wedluxe, The Lane and more.

// interview SPRING 2023

J&T: We fuse timeless aesthetics from the past with simple, contemporary influences. We seek to find balance in things that are contrasting – where feminine meets masculine, simplicity meets grandeur and the past meets the present.

J: You should have the feeling that the photographer’s work truly inspires you, nurtures your soul and kindles a warm glow in your heart. You should also identify with the aesthetic and style. But above all, consider that this person will be close to you in your most important life moments and will have a huge impact on how you experience those moments in time. Make sure that you choose someone who inspires you to just be yourself and helps you to connect and be present in the moment. Someone who is committed to unearthing and discovering the uniqueness of your wedding and gives enough room to let your story unfold.

J: Focus on the glory of the surroundings and personal style! Shots of architecture, nature, landscapes, fashion and personal details are a beautiful way to express your individuality. Film photography and Polaroids are also a creative way to mix up photography. I just adore the beauty of analogue mediums.

How would you describe the style of your photography?

What should couples look for in a photographer?

What are some creative ideas for photography on the day?

J: Get them beautifully printed to display in your home and inspirit your space with your own curated story. Or get a coffee table book that invites you and your loved ones to look at all those memories from time to time. It will create wonderful conversations and new shared moments.

J: Photography is all about the mystery of light. We are connoisseurs of light, so we would definitely say that light plays a big role on the day. Light creates opportunities for moments that you did not see beforehand. Light beautifully forces you to seize opportunities, and gently directs you through the day. Illumination has a strong influence on how your story will unfold. Sometimes it’s just the way golden light beautifully hits a cobblestone street that gives us inspiration in that moment.

T: Recreated photographs that lack authenticity. Although it’s great to get inspiration from magazines, Pinterest and Instagram, only use this as a direction for your own style. Don’t try to recreate any photos. It’s all about your own moments and how your own story unfolds.

What do you suggest couples do with their photos post-wedding?

How important is light on the day?

What are the biggest mistakes you see when it comes to wedding photography? And, how do couples avoid these?




„Jasmin and Tim have already captured celebrations in the most beautiful places on earth. Framing your most precious moments, elegance and zest for life naturally „in vogue“ is their piéce de résistance.“

Light beautifully forces you to seize opportunities, and gently directs you.
choose someone who inspires you to just be yourself.
what vogue says
what our muses say

Your photography is art.

Your photography is elegant and sophisticated, but also natural and spontaneous. 

The marrying of natural and un-staged yet stylish and artistic nature.

Seeing how you approach the candid moments throughout the day is fantastic since it's such a one-of-a-kind approach and very difficult to master tastefully. You guys achieve this so perfectly.

Your editorial style is stunning, and your use of movement is wonderful.

You have the mixture of art, coolness and intimacy and feelings in your work.

Your style is honest and the moments are so special. we love the framing and lighting - so much natural art direction in every decision - in every shot.

I love the candid and quiet beauty of your photos.

Publications include:

VOGUE UK, HARPERS BAZAAR,  WEDLUXE, THE LANE, Magnolia Rouge, The Anti bride, Amber and Muse, BRIDES magazine, ONCE WED, Style me pretty, Martha Stewart Weddings, 100 Layer cake, hochzeitswahn, braut & bräutigam magazin, rock my wedding, love my dress, Rangefinder Magazine new york.




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