Hello! I'm Leo, a destination wedding videographer with a passion for travel and experiencing different cultures.
I am one of the most experienced destination wedding videographers currently working. I have travelled all over the world during my decade-long videography career even before I started Together We Go. Capturing hundreds of weddings in some of the most unbelievable locations on the planet is the highlight of my career. I am always up for an adventure, a new experience, new people and, most importantly, new cuisine!
I feel so comfortable when experiencing the world through my camera creating documentary style destination films. Bringing that energy to your wedding takes things to the next level.
I particularly love filming weddings in Italy, France, & Iceland, but I'm happy to go anywhere you find fit for your wedding
My approach to filming weddings is to keep everything as natural as possible. I won't set up shots, make you pose, or do anything that would make you uncomfortable or interrupt the flow of the celebrations.
On the day I'll be like a silent guest. Not influencing the day, but holding back and letting things unfold. I'm there to just observe and capture those beautiful moments that most people don't see.
Tell me more!
“Honestly one of the greatest decisions we made was having Leo shoot our wedding in Puglia. He captured all the key moments and so many bits we missed, culminating in a video that captures the entire emotion of the day perfectly.”
- Emily & Matt
“I never knew how great it could be working with a content creator who GETS it. Mathilde really gets it.”
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- rachel, photographer
A GOOD FIT FOR YOU IF:
You love natural, unobtrusive and beautiful filmmaking
“Sometimes, reaching out and taking someone's hand is the beginning of a journey
At other times, it is allowing another to take yours.”