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As soon as I discovered the 90 day fiancé tv show, I was planning to share my story and experience about immigrating to America, and living here as a foreigner but proud citizen. 90 day fiancé Yes, I’ve been living under a rock, because I just now discovered this tv show called ‘90 day fiancé’. […]

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It is my birthday week, so today I want to share some thoughts and experiences from my small multicultural world. I don’t really like talking about me, but I hope that putting myself out of my comfort zone will help others who are struggling through culture shock and self acceptance. I live in a culture […]

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Not every culture or country has the tradition where couples have professional photos taken as a celebration and announcement of their engagement. But if you do, in this podcast episode I’ve collected a couple of things that you should know and think about before booking your pre-wedding session. Your engagement photos don’t have to be […]

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I’ve done a couple of photoshoots in Hungary before, but last year when we went back to Europe to visit my family one of my big goals was to meet with an engaged couple and capture their love  

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  I WAS SO EXCITED WHEN MONIQUE CAME TO ME WITH THE IDEA OF HAVING THEIR ENGAGEMENT PICTURES TAKEN IN DISNEYLAND! THEY ARE NOT ONLY HUGE FANS OF EVERYTHING DISNEY, BUT MONIQUE LOVES BEAUTY AND THE BEAST SO MUCH THAT THEIR WHOLE WEDDING THEME WILL BE WRAPPED AROUND THIS MAGICAL STORY! HOW AWESOME IS THAT?! […]

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The wedding photographer is the only vendor who will be with you all day, so your relationship with them is very important. The more comfortable you feel, the better the pictures will be.  

Sziasztok!

Hungarian girl from Arizona, wife, mama of an American-Hungarian family, podcaster;
helping international couples to embrace this new life they’re starting together and to celebrate their differences. 

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I’m a wedding photographer for multicultural couples who want their story to be documented in a real way.

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