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When Chile meets France, it leads to a chic wedding in Maréchal Fayolle’s castle (in central France, near Puy en Velay), and that’s what I’m celebrating and sharing today on the blog. Perle and Patricio, a lovely couple living in Paris, decided to get married in Auvergne an area in central France. They didn’t really know the…

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The Pacific Northwest, is the area including my beloved state of Oregon but also Washington state in USA, but also a bit of Canada, called British Columbia. A part of the world quite extraordinary (my very favorite one in North America, although I don’t know Canada). I’ve lived in total a year in Oregon, and…

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When you decide to get married in Fall, there is more risk to have a rainy wedding. And even if I often tell brides and groom that there are plenty of options to manag a rainy wedding (accessorize it, and think about various location for your couple photo session), it is, most of all about…

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Brittany, ô pretty Brittany ! If there is one thing I don’t regret, when I’ve decided to be a wedding photographer all around the country, it’s that I get the chance to explore the world a little bit more, and discover beautiful places. So here are my photos, as a tourist, about Brehat island, where I…

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I keep repeating this, but really : we live in a very small world (and so let’s keep being kind !), and it’s thanks to my knitter friend in Paris, that I had the chance to be with Florence and Sébastien, for their winter’s wedding in Mayenne (North western part of France). Mayenne and Sarthe, to…

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From Auvergne, central part of France, I will remember that in summer, weather can be hot and very sunny, and from Héloïse and Laurent’s wedding, I will remember this : 🙂 A make up session at Bully’s cosmétique, and my GPS getting crazy when wanting me to park in a  pedestrian area, on a market…

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I wanted to call this post “2016 an intense year”, but I just realise that’s the title I gave to sum up 2015 🙂 2016 will be over in just a few more hours, and it’s time for me to reflect on this year, and set up my goals and hopes for this coming year……

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I still remember my first conversation over the phone with Caty, and that moment when she mentionned, discretly “the bride”, when I understood Imay be choosen to take photos of a same sex couple for their wedding. I do remember that I’ve screamed with joy and excitement, and then was overextatic hoping they will pick…

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Trying to socialise and explore this new part of France where I settled down a little while ago,  I randomly ran into a chance to explore a saffron farming, “Safran dans volcans”, and meet Michel, passionate about this flower and this precious spice. The good thing when you don’t know nothing, is that there is plenty…

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Antoine and Sarah’s wedding was a chance for me to discover Laguiole, a very famous city (for its knives), but much smaller than its reputation. A July wedding is always a good idea, but that day, the weather was very hot (melting hot !). The bride being shy, I’ve spent my morning taking photos of…

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Photographer, traveler, and silly knitter

Alone, driving a car for miles and miles, with a good music playlist, my cameras on the passenger seat.

Witnessing the beauty of a landscape, or the raw feeling of real love, emotions and bonds people may have with each other and sometimes crying just because this is just so beautiful...

That's where my best memories come from... and photos too :)

Andalusian in my heart, I've been dancing sevillanas (flamenco) for more than 12 years, I also spent 2 years living in USA. (I'm deeply in love with Oregon and the Pacific Northwest area)

Native French, I do speak English, and Spanish and love learning about cultural differences

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