An American living in Paris, I have spent the last eight years traveling and photographing the world. My style is natural and modern. As a woman, I feel I pay extra attention to the details that other women may worry about as well, such as hair, clothing, and makeup malfunctions. It's my job to make you forget the camera is even there and make you look your best!
I call my style "wedding photojournalism." I like to see people's happy faces in those moments when they forget about everything - including me - as they look into each other's eyes, just like the moment when they first fell in love with each other. I have awards in The Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA), Fearless Photographers and The International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers (ISPWP). I am originally from Russia, and now live in Paris.
After almost nine years living in Paris, I still pinch myself every now and then to make sure this isn’t just one long dream. My photography style is fun and spontaneous. My goofy demeanour and joyful outlook on life are truly contagious. Honestly, I have one of the most amazing jobs - capturing precious memories as you explore Paris!
My photography style is candid and elegant at the same time. I love to capture the real emotions and the laugh. A long time ago I was working as a journalist, and still write sometimes for my pleasure. My second passion is weddings. I have a lot of pleasure spending all day with a bride and groom, shooting photos and video. I love to see happy people and I do everything in my life with a lot of happiness. Smiling is the best way to discover the world.
I am a 100% Parisian, full-time professional photographer who is in love with my city! I mostly shoot in Paris but I also travel for weddings. I try to capture people's stories and who they truly are. My images are bright, colourful, sweet, and full of love. And I really agree with the words of Paul Smith: "You can find inspiration in anything, and if you can't...look again."
I love clean, fresh and classic photos that will last a lifetime. I have shot models, celebrities, fashionistas, and royalty, but my favourite people to photograph are people like me: hopeless romantics and people that are not afraid to show their goofy side.
I was born in Paris, but my parents are both from Buenos Aires, so I grew up between two parts of the ocean. I'm not only a photographer, I am also a visual artist. I hang bananas, I make experimental movies, and I make my own paper.
My photography style is natural, fun, and thoughtful. I love making couples and families laugh and capturing authentic moments. I photographed and styled a National Best Seller cookbook, "The Seasoned Life" by Ayesha Curry, before moving to France last year. I've worked as a portrait, wedding, and food photographer for the past 6 years and decided to move abroad to realize my dream of photographing in France.
My aesthetic can be summed up in three words: simple, natural and luminous. In fact, my style is very close to reporting, where the most important aspect is to capture the moment. I will guide you to make you comfortable to create shots that are both delicate and full of spontaneity.
Bienvenue à Paris!
People around the globe dream about visiting this storied and iconic city. Warm baguettes, sweet macarons and café au lait on a terrace bring foodies from around the globe, while art aficionados soak up famous works of art such as the Mona Lisa and The Thinker. Paris is renowned for its romantic ambience, and lovers seem to be around every corner. As Audrey Hepburn said, "Paris is never a bad idea".
Explore Iconic Spots in Paris
The memories you make will stay with you forever. Capture beautiful photographs in the most iconic spots with our local photographers. Choose from our favourite routes, including: Eiffel Tower from Trocadéro; The Louvre; Notre Dame; Sacré-Coeur; Jardin du Luxembourg; Trocadéro; Le Marais; Île St-Louis; or your own custom route.
Paris Points of Interest
- Eiffel Tower from Trocadéro
- The Louvre
- Notre Dame
- Jardin du Luxembourg
- Le Marais
- Île St-Louis