Documentary Wedding and Family Photographer

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Let me tell you a story, your story.

I think your wedding day is more than a special day. It is the day you gather everyone you love in the same place, around you. It is all about the small moments you will have with your loved ones, celebrating your love for your semi-half. I offer a candid and documentary style photography because this day is all about emotions.

French-born photographer, I have been nurtured in French photographers heritage of humanism photography. That is why I care about capturing these moments you want to cherish for the rest of your life.

If you’d like to truly picture your day, explore a wedding from start to finish…




If you are looking for a creative and unique documenting style for your wedding, you found your photographer. 

Intimate, Refined, Adventurous. I love to photograph weddings that stray far from the typical wedding checklist, but rather focus on your uniqueness as a couple.

If it takes a little work to get to your wedding, even better! Let's fly or hike or boat out to your dream backdrop, take incredible photos and make memories while we're at it.


I love candid photos, the small moments between friends or two lovers, the very short instant which nobody will remember if a camera wasn't around to catch it. See how your day will go on... in pictures..

As a photojournalist, I have won many international photo competitions, and have been selected for many collective exhibitions in Paris, Great Britain and Finland.  My personal work is an important part of my photography skills. You can take a look if you want to know me better. 

I am part of the prestigious Wedding Photojournalist Association and Fearless Photographers.

 I won the “diamond award” for the engagement photography with Vicky and Mike by the Potomac River in Washington D.C..

I won the “diamond award” for the engagement photography with Vicky and Mike by the Potomac River in Washington D.C..

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came naturally after my work on weddings.

It starts with your closest cousin asking to take pictures of her newborn and our new family member. Then your best friend gave birth to the cutest little thing you’ve ever seen and you want to capture the smallest moment that they will remember forever. Then your other best friend gets pregnant, gives birth, so you rush to the maternity hospital to see her breastfeeding her first child. You witness this with your camera and want to show her and her partner how they look as parents, a mix of amazement and panic.

For all this reasons, I fell in love capturing family moment. New ones and old ones. Crazy one and calm one. Documenting families just feels right in my eyes. You can take a peek at my portfolio here.


I am also a proud member of the Family Photojournalism Association.