Five years ago on a stormy Halloween night in the city of Turin, Franco-Italian filmmaker Mat met Heather, a British-Canadian with a keen interest in travel and art. It may sound cliche but it was love at first sight.
Soon into their relationship, Mat and Heather discovered their shared love for photography. Mat had already started working as a part-time photographer at the National Cinema Museum of Turin, while Heather was still dabbling with the basics. They would often go out shooting together after work or at the weekend, and took many holidays together around Europe where outdoor and street photography took priority over museums, clubs and fine dining.
Together they discovered the advantage of mirrorless cameras after trying out and buying the Olympus OM-D E-M5, Panasonic GH3 and Fuji X100s, and began writing a popular blog called MirrorLessons
. Mat, now a fully-fledged events photographer, recently decided to drop his DSLR gear for the lighter and more portable mirrorless
option. His DSLR hasn't seen the light of day in nearly a year!
Want to know more about us and how using mirrorless cameras for work has changed our approach to photography? Feel free to drop us a line!