I got my first camera when I was nine years old and I haven’t stopped taking photos since. Maybe I took after my great-grandfather who’s photos of Paris in the 40’s and 50’s were my earliest inspiration. I’ve always felt it was magical, the way photography fixed a moment in time and kept it forever…
As a young adult in Paris, I took my camera everywhere. Among friends I quickly became the official (annoying) “photographer” because I was obsessed with taking portraits of everybody and everything. Even then, I found beauty in the small things, and photography was my way to share it with the world.
But Paris was not enough and over the last decade I’ve traveled and photographed amazing people and places that have left their mark on my heart. I’ve captured beautiful weddings up and down the California coast, graceful dancers in Thailand, portraits of mountain tribesmen in Myanmar, sunset engagements in Malibu, skyscrapers in Dubai, rooftop parties in London, breathtaking landscapes in Iceland, and I even snapped a portrait of my now-husband in Uluwatu, Indonesia - it was the first day we met.
When it comes to weddings, it’s an honor to capture the many beautiful moments that make up such an important day. I take each photo knowing that years later, these images will transport the couple right back to one of the most memorable times of their life together. As a Frenchie, there is nothing more meaningful for me than love and romance; and I am never happier than when I hold my camera in front of me and capture your very first kiss as a married couple.