Connecting with people and telling stories is important in your photography. Are there any memorable shots that stand out?
"One photo that has stayed with me and always brings a smile to my face is the image of Loretta putting on her veil during the preparations [see second image]. I love it because of the authenticity of the emotions the bride was experiencing," says Kasia. "Elaborate hairstyles and accessories can look stunning, but the preparation can sometimes be painstaking and uncomfortable. Delivering such photos to our clients gives us a sense of artistic freedom, a willingness to showcase the day filtered through our sensitivity and sense of humour."
You travel for work and pleasure. Do these experiences inspire your photography?
"Two trips to the United States had the most significant influence," says Kasia. "We saw images that we were familiar with from street photography classics come to life. It was an incredible experience to view New York through the eyes of our favourite photographer, Saul Leiter, attempting to find similar frames, a similar atmosphere, in our photos. We also explored the small, sleepy towns of the Midwest and the Western United States, searching for inspiration from Robert Frank."
What is it that attracts you to street photography?
"Capturing light, multi-layered perspectives, shadows, reflections, people and the vibrant life of cities," says Kuba. "Street photography teaches humility, intuition, hones the eye, and helps us better understand and connect with people. We've already taken photos in places like New York, Bangkok, Sydney, as well as in Vietnam, the Dominican Republic and Singapore. Our next dream destination is Tokyo."
What other plans do you have for the future?
"We aspire to create a place, a photography house, where exhibitions, lectures, workshops and training sessions will take place," reveals Kuba. "It will be a space for collaborative creative initiatives, bringing together people from various industries and interests. Additionally, we want to dedicate ourselves more to studio, fashion and commercial photography. Film has fascinated us throughout our lives, and it will likely be another branch of our activities and work with imagery."