Previously KNOT JUST PICS. Same shit, different name.

We met Sabine and Marek at Chris and Thea’s wedding in London and thought they were two of the nicest and most interesting people we had met in ages. So when they contacted us to shoot their wedding in Greece, we were beyond stoked to get to hang out with them again! Their wedding brought together people from pretty much all over the world, which is a testament to the two incredible people they are. They are so incredible in fact, that they even hosted an exhibition Β of Marek’s photography and Sabine’s jewellery in LondonΒ only a few weeks before their wedding – when most people are still trying to get things organised for their wedding. The amazing Peggy from I Wish Chic Events helped them have a truly incredible day! Getting to share a few days with them and all their special people was a truly magical experience for us. From getting up with them at the crack of dawn to explore the island, and sharing an evening with traditional Greek music and dancing before their wedding, by the end of it we honestly felt like we had witnessed two beautiful old friends get married. You guys are amazing and we can’t thank you enough for letting us share this adventure with you!

2 thoughts on “Sabine and Marek”

  1. Horst Handtke says:

    Hi Andy , Hi Szerdi,

    you did a great job guys ! you were present at every activity, and you were not seen. These photos are as if you watch a movie and at the same time read the book to it. I have never felt so present at an event in retrospective by looking at photos.
    Thank you very much, you are artists. I will cherish this memory of the wedding of my daughter Sabine to her Marek, and your photos beam me right back to this beautiful , for me unforgettable event at the Blue at Golden Beach – Paros. Thank You !

    1. Thea Clausen says:

      Stunning work. Love reliving this amazing union and time with our gorgeous friends all round. Nice work Serds and Andy! xx

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