My approach

I adore cinema and I love to bring that aesthetic with all its beautiful framing, its light and shadows and moody hues, into my work. My photography style is a mix of creative documentary and fine art portraiture with what I call a touch of that cinematic style I mentioned.

I shoot a mixture of artistic portraits alongside reportage-style real and genuine images that are full of raw emotion. I do my best work when I feel an honest connection with my couples, allowing them to open up in front of the camera and truly be themselves. By getting a feel for who they are, their story and what makes them tick, I know how to approach the creative process with them and to put them at ease on one of the most emotional days of their lives.


Oh, and I love a great sense of humour – a client I can laugh with is a dream client.

My ideal client likes to do things a little ‘outside the box’ and understands that I might not shoot the day in a conventional way but the results will be damn special. I want my couples to be able to relax and truly take in the incredible experience of their wedding day, knowing that I know my craft, I care deeply about the results and I will absolutely deliver only the very best.


About me

I’m a destination wedding photographer based in London. I've been shooting weddings, including a few celebrity ones, for about 5 years in various countries. I truly enjoy a good sense of humour, and the little sensory pleasures in life, like the smell of fresh coffee in the morning or the sound of snow crunching under your feet. I love my wine and cheese (did I mention I’m French?), good food (and cooking!) and sometimes I swear a bit too much, like any respectable French person!

I fell in love with an Australian man and together we have two young kids, Zoé and Hugo. London is our home, but I've lived in 6 different countries before that. I lost my dad quite young and this has taught me to enjoy the simple things in life. I challenge myself to slow down and notice the simple pleasures, the ordinary moments, the compelling light shining through my bathroom window or the sometimes totally unattractive places that make up our daily life and routine.