Meet Marta

“When I was a little girl, I loved wedding celebrations. I remember running to the balcony to watch the wedding cars flashing down the road and sounding their horns… I would admire the show and think to myself: how special their day must be!”

Marta Demartini

I remember to have always felt a unique thrill when photographing weddings. Capturing couple’s emotions in camera and making these moments eternal fill my heart with pure joy.

Born and raised in Liguria, home to the Italian Riviera and the Chiavari Chairs, I could easily fall in love for wedding celebrations here! Enchanting strips of coastline dotted with pictoresque villages and a charming countryside shaped by woodlands and olive trees, it makes an amazing scenario where to capture the romance of a wedding.

I bought my first professional camera in my early twenties. I wanted to master the magic process of recording and holding forever a moment in time.

Since then I knew I was going to be a photographer and my whole life changed. I went on to live in Milan, where I studied and worked in the advertising industry by assisting established photographers.

When I moved to London two years later, I started my own photography business, where I still succesfully combine my passion for photographing weddings and commercial photography.


meet-marta

Not only weddings

My career and interests in photography is polyhedral. Alongside photographing weddings, I am also a portraiture and lifestyle photographer. I have worked with beauty editors and luxury brands on the like of Cartier, Roberto Cavalli, Ermenegildo Zegna, Le Spose di Gio’, Paule Ka.

Most wedding clients ask me to continue documenting their journey, at special occasions like the birth of their children and family reunions. It is an incredible privilege that I am able to play such a role in their lives.

Whenever possible, I often travel to new destinations together with Hugh, my partner of 15 years, our cameras and -sometimes- our cat Venus! I love learning about local traditions and experience diverse cultural backdrops. By immersing myself in a new environment, I stimulate my imagination and feel inspired to innovate my work.