Chris Denner is a creative based in England. Amongst the various outlets he is involved with, wedding photography is definitely one of his strengths. He’s turned his creativity inwards during this time of self-isolation and began a fantastic self-portrait series, which he chats with host Cole Roberts about in this episode.
Anki Moalee is an established wedding coordinator based in Stockholm, and dealing with a world of change – just as photographers and filmmakers are. One big difference: planners are at the heart of every step with couples as they plan their wedding, so it’s a different conversation.
The Swedish version of the podcast continues! This episode our host Maria Broström chats with one of the most talented wedding photographers in Sweden, Lena Larsson. Lena matches her talent with her vibrant personality, making her a beloved character in the Swedish wedding scene.
What are small business owners who work within the wedding industry thinking during these uneasy times? We invited Nirit and Amir from Pic-Time along with Mark from Wooden Banana to share what’s going on behind the scenes for them at the moment. Enjoy!
Eva María is one part of the founding trio who founded Pink Iceland, a wedding and event planning business based in Reykjavik, in the early 2010s. Wedding photographers and filmmakers have plenty to learn from planners, so we used this conversation as a chance to hear from Eva about how her company in Iceland is adjusting to the new normal.
Francesco Spighi is a talented photographer from Tuscany. His city of Florence is locked down entirely due to Coronavirus, and he’s been documenting the eery experience. This podcast gives an insight to the experience, and shares the story of how his photos are raising money for the local hospital.
Michael Antonia and Kirk Mastin are two entrepreneurs we have tremendous respect for, and they are irreplaceable figures in the WUN community. In this podcast, they riff ideas and takes on the current state of small business as we navigate through this complicated moment in time.
Whit has so much to say on the wedding industry. For example, on destination wedding photographers: “Your destination should be the closest venue to your house”. This chat is with our illustrious event planner, Erin Bishop, and was an absolute pleasure to listen to. Enjoy!