Ivan Redaelli

Wedding photographer, portraitist and photography teacher.​

My name is Ivan Redaelli and I am a professional wedding photographer. My studio is located in Rogeno, in Brianza in the middle of Lake Como near Erba and Lecco. I was born in 1982 and my photographic career began in 2003. After my high school diploma and a post-diploma course in computer science, I started working at a furniture and still-life photography studio in Brianza, in the meantime I frequent a fashion photography course at the IED Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan. Subsequently, the meeting with a wedding photographer ignites my passion for this dynamic and fascinating photographic sector. In 2005 he participated in various sector workshops in Como and Lecco and collaborated with some wedding photographers. To date, as anticipated on the home page, wedding photography is my job and my greatest passion. Photographer for over 20 years and mainly in the area of Lake Como, Lecco, Monza, Erba but I am available for travel in Europe and around the world. In addition to being a wedding and event photographer, he has been taking photography courses at the Opificio Zappa in Erba for the past 7 years.

Over the years my photographic style has changed a lot and is constantly evolving. Curiosity and the desire to always do better drives me to always experiment with new techniques and technologies, such as making ever more spontaneous and emotional shots. In the past, the wedding photographer often intervened to build the photographic scene, now thanks to new technologies, the photographer is able to increasingly capture the real scene without modifying it, with sudden and never predictable shots. I have discovered that in this way I can create images that are ever more real, real and much more emotional than in the past. My goal as a photographer is to be able to develop an emotion through the images they make with expressions, smiles and tears of emotion. I also like to always look for new images with different and dynamic perspectives at every wedding. I think that the wedding photographer must be constantly evolving and tell the story of your wedding in the most dynamic and curious way possible.

“If a day goes by where I haven’t done something related to photography, it’s as if I’ve overlooked something essential. It’s like I forgot to wake up.

Richard Avedon