Meet Our Photographers

Alejandro Bonzo


About Alejandro

Alejandro is a Buenos Aires born bilingual sneakerhead with a love of New York City. He's an adventuring music junkie. His camera is his instrument and he uses to wield the power to freeze time. Aside from wedding and portrait photography, he loves travel photography because it encompasses so many different genres. His professional career has brought him to Mexico as a wedding and portrait photographer. He also does food photography and began his career photographing sports and snapping photos for magazine interviews. He has a chronic case of infectious charisma and absolutely loves his work.


  • From: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Speaks: Español, English
  • Favorite wedding shoot memory: "I'll never forget when I was showing a bride and groom their photos, and they were so happy with one of the pictures I took of them, that they cried."
  • Why wedding photography: "My own wedding was the best day of my life, and the photographers captured the magic for us to look back on. I love giving that experience to my clients."
  • Most important thing to bring to a shoot: "Besides my camera, batteries, and memory card? A lot of positive energy!"

Ivan Castelan


About Ivan

Ivan's roots are in a little town called Orizaba surrounded by mountains, in the southeast of Mexico. Ivan graduated with a degree in Cinematography and has been working in visual arts for 7+ years. He likes to say he's trilingual, speaking English, Spanish, and "the only language that really" A board game and karaoke fanatic, Ivan knows how to turn any time into a good time. He fell in love with photography because, in his own words, "I am always getting overwhelmed by the emotions that photographs can bring to life, for me that is magic."


  • From: Orizaba, Mexico
  • Speaks: Español, English
  • Favorite wedding shoot memory: "There's that time when I covered Leonardo and Juana's wedding and out of the blue, as they signed the certificate, I was asked to be the witness of their vital promise. "
  • Why wedding photography: "I love that I can capture the moments that you’ll look back on 30 years from now and feel the same feelings you did when the photo was taken. I like being a wedding photographer because I am able to create genuine human connections with people and I love that everybody has something to teach me."
  • Most important thing to bring to a shoot: "Kleenex, I know myself, and I know for sure that I’ll shed some tears during your vows and the first dance."

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