Your Storyteller

In the true sense of the word reportage, i am there to capture the whole story: the emotion; the mishaps; the guests letting loose on the dancefloor… 


“Photography for me is not looking, it’s feeling. If you can’t feel what you’re looking at, then you’re never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures.”


There's a world of difference between photos where people pose for the camera, and ones that capture the natural fun, drama and romance of your wedding day as it unfolds.

I’m Panayis, an international documentary wedding photographer based in London and specialising in documentary photography, also known as photojournalism. 

Before becoming a wedding photographer, I gained years of valuable experience as a photojournalist within several international newspapers where I photographed a full range of subjects worldwide. 

As a result, I bring a unique approach and style to documenting weddings. I find beautiful and natural moments like all the ones you can see in the slideshow above. None of those moments are staged or posed, and they happen at every single wedding. You just need a wedding photographer who is alert to them and can discreetly capture them for you forever.


Why Should You Book Me To Be Your wedding Photographer?


How do you imagine your wedding day? Are you already picturing fun and laughter with your family and friends, a great party and memories you'll want to share one day with your kids? Then read on!

Or do you see yourselves standing around after the ceremony for an hour while the wedding photographer arranges a hundred variations of your family standing in a line? Or perhaps an hour visiting all of the local landmarks in the area with your photographer while your mates are having a great time without you? Then we're probably not going to be a good fit.

If you're still reading, here's why the next thing you should do is fill in this short form to see if I'm available and get some full pricing details.

My photography is who I am and if it gets better with time, then I’m becoming a better person… and the other way around. And every couple or family I've shot until now is a big part of my journey here, on Earth.