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A week-end in Leucate

Leucate, is a small town and peninsula in South of France, about 40min drive from Perpignan and an hour to the Spanish border. I didn’t know this part of France, until I was in charge of taking photos of  a wedding in Leucate.  And since now, Fall is coming and winter is just around the…

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Wild animals decoration for M & L ‘s wedding

Wild animals for a wedding ? Yes but no, but in fact, YES PLEASE ! 🙂 When I met Marie and Loup, a bit more than a year ago, Marie (she is a vet’), told me how important it was for her, to be surrounded by animals and nature on her wedding day. And  château…

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An intimate wedding in Château de Pramenoux (beaujolais)

Château de Pramenoux is located in the Beaujolais area, about 45 minutes drive away from Lyon. Even if its address says it is in  St-Nizier-d’Azergues,  château de Pramenoux is in fact few miles away from the village. Nothing better than a bit of stress in the morning to find your location, and arrive in time…

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A bohemian wedding in Provence

I grew up in Provence, in Var area, but don’t know that well the higher part of this region. Verdon gorges, Moustiers Sainte-Marie, Ste Croix lake, so many places I’ve heard about but that I havn’t explored yet, since I’m a traveler and photographer. When Amy and Ed contacted me for their wedding in  Salernes,…

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Marjorie & Michael’s wedding in Courpière

It’s in Courpière, in Puy de Dôme, central France, (between Thiers and Clermont-Ferrand) that we celebrate Marjorie and Michaël’s wedding. A wedding day full of emotions, between the stress of the forecast weather (rain was planned to fall in the afternoon but it never did !), and the 2 love speaches of these 2 lovebirds,…

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Fontfroide Abbey

Fontfroide abbay is a  12th century cistercian abbey. I’ve heard about it thanks to my friend Jean, who created the Gregorian Chorale of Luxembourg and is also a member of the  Paris gregorian chorale When he mentions Fontfroide it felt like this place was breathtaking, and each time he went there to sing, I guessed on…

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Emilie and Antoine’s wedding, with SouthWestern French accent

I havn’t taken photos of that many weddings in Southwestern France, I barely explored the area around Rodez and the Lot departement, and that’s a shame because a part of me thinks I’m going to love that area. So when Emilie and Antoine contacted me to be their wedding photographer, near Leucate, I jump for…

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A very chic wedding in Maréchal Fayolle’s castle (Puy en Velay)

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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1970 miles in the wild Pacific Northwest

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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A wedding near Chambery (French Alps)

When you decide to get married in Chambery 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…

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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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