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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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Because I lived for 10 years in Paris before settling down in Auvergne, the only “Plomb du Cantal” I knew was a very yummy restaurant near Montparnasse train station, where I get to taste my very first “truffade”  (and all the others I had after that because it’s soooo good !) 🙂 But now that…

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Referencing my website in this wild wild internet world is still kind of a mystery for me although I’m trying to work on it more precisely. And sometimes, life and fate brings into my life people and event I’ve never thought I would have the chance to live one day. I feel very fortunate to…

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For a long time now, knitting and fibers in general have taken a big part of my life… A form of art thanks to yarnbombing and a way to create in general. Thinking about it, I came to realise that I’ve been knitting for far longer than I’ve been taking photos, and “working” with yarn (wool, alpaca,…

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If there is one thing I love about being a wedding photographer, it’s witnessing beautiful love stories, and life brings you to meet people who makes you happy and become friends, or love, ways to go beyond difficulties and sometimes, find love too. When Franck met Estelle (thanks to their  mutual friends an personnal interest),…

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Few months ago, I was telling you about an instameet in  Forez, discovering winter entertainment in that area. This summer Tourism office of Loire Forez organised an event with  Loire Tourisme , and Musée de la Fourme de Sauvain, and of course Igers St Etienne, and it was about spending a day picking blueberries, on August 17th Blueberries, I eat them…

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There are some weddings that leaves me a cheesy smile on my face while driving back home. Some couples that are sooooooo sweet, funny, caring and mooves me so much because of who they are, but also because of the friends around them, and all that love in the air, that I cannot help but…

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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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