Member of the Month
Member of the Month: Roberto Falck
by Jason Groupp
April 08, 2013 — Roberto Falck, of Roberto Falck Photography, has a flourishing boutique wedding and portrait studio located in New York City. The studio specializes in weddings, babies, maternity and families. Roberto opened the studio with two goals in mind: To create artistic portraits of people, and to give his clients a unique experience that will be remembered and cherished for generations.
A flexible shooting style, look and approach when shooting weddings is what makes him and his team unique. Portraits of the bride and groom are approached with a modern and editorial style while the ceremony and reception have a more photo-journalistic approach. They know how to create compelling images that evoke the emotion and meaning that already exists.
Yet Roberto's photography goes well beyond New York City. For years he has been on a quest to reveal the essence of people and cultures in remote locations. His soft-spoken nature allows people to open their homes and families to him so he can get the kinds of up close and personal images he strives for. He pays close attention to color, form and light, which complement the expressiveness of his subjects. This is his signature style, which is consistent throughout his work.
Roberto has been inspired by the hidden corners of Jordan, Argentina, Mexico and Brazil, and has documented extensively in his country of origin, Ecuador.
Creating albums is one of his passions, and the best way for him to tell the story he encounters. His albums from travels to Tanzania, Bolivia and Morocco have landed him numerous international awards. His image of a Maasai tribe is in the recent release of The National Geographic book, Life in Color. This is especially exciting for him, as he originally became interested in photography by looking through the National Geographic magazine collection his father had at home.
Roberto is available for commissioned projects. www.robertofalck.com
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