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My grandparents from Marseille made me love Provence and the French Riviera through childhood memories and tales. I have been willing to work there since I became a professional wedding photographer. I now try to capture some of the sweetness and joy of the South of my childhood in the weddings reportages I create for couples who get married there!

un couple de mariés s'embrasse le jour de leur mariage


Photography was one of the many (too many) creative activities I tried as a child. Drawing, painting, music, singing, collages, jewelry-making (not my greatest achievement), I dabbled in everything for years, devouring passions that were discovered and then quickly abandoned after a few weeks. Photography has been my only constant, but I never imagined it would become my profession. 

I met my wedding photographer in 2018 and discovered the world of wedding photography thanks to her. Her encouragement and patience helped me becoming a wedding photographer. I first developed my business in my home region, before gradually broadening my horizons to work all over France. Today, I criss-cross the country, responding to requests from brides and grooms who entrust me with their memories.

I first fell in love with wedding photography because of the creative dimension that was sorely lacking in my job. Creating something beautiful, producing work with an artistic dimension, was a breath of fresh air for me, who felt out of place in my studies (law) and then my job (sales). I then discovered the social dimension of this job, the support I give to brides and grooms by creating a bond of trust with them. Finally, I found an neverending source of challenges and technical progress!



I accompany lovers in all their projects, small weddings or large receptions, in France or further away.


To know more about how I work and what I try to create with the couples I work with.


To tell me all about your wedding and find out if my work may interest you !


I loved wedding photography in particular because creating quality images is intrinsically linked to the bond of trust you build with each bridal couple. Each wedding reportage is the reflection of a love story, unique personalities and an event that reflects these particularities. I've gradually come to understand the importance of the technical dimension of my work. As a photographer, I'm called upon to guide the bride and groom during the wedding preparations and, of course, during the wedding itself and that guidance includes posing for pictures.

Creating ambitious, timeless scenographies while maintaining a climate of trust, fun and lightness with the bride and groom is an exciting skill, an apprenticeship that never ends! I'm constantly learning to strike a balance between the spontaneity of weddings and the ambition of couples who want to create images they'll cherish for the rest of their lives, and show off to their families later on.


Over the years, I've developed a series of documents and personalized support to help me create photo services tailored to each couple. My aim is to approach each wedding with the wishes and personalities of this couple in mind. Every reportage must be tailored to the requirements and uniqueness of the loving couple who place their trust in me for this beautiful event.

Portrait d'une mariée tenant dans ses bras son bouquet de fleurs


Un couple de mariés danse avec ses invités lors d'un mariage en Provence

A huge thank you to Manon who did an exceptional job capturing the most beautiful moments of our wedding in Provence.

We were immediately at ease with Manon, and she put us at ease with her legendary sense of humor!
Throughout our wedding preparations, she was always available to listen and give us precious advice.

The result of the photos is magnificent. We couldn't have wished for anything better than to have Manon by our side on this very important day to immortalize these moments. Our guests loved her too!

Déjy and Louise

I'm at your disposal to talk about your project and your desires for this beautiful day. Of course, a first discussion does not commit you to anything!


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As a child, I was looked after by my grandparents, born and raised in Marseille. Even though we lived in the Loire Valley, near Nantes, I grew up surrounded by Marcel Pagnol novels, Marseille's accent, Provençal tablecloths, the scent of lavender in every room and cupboard, artisanal olive oil and king's cakes (I never liked candied fruit yet I endured them every year for 20 years). My childhood oscillated between my mother's Brittany and a version of Provence that I imagined through my grandparents' childhood stories and all the Pagnol books that hung in the dining room. I soon wanted to go and work there, to cover weddings that would perhaps be bathed in this strange, semi-romantic atmosphere of cicadas, lavender and a Marseille accent. A first wedding in Provence a few years ago confirmed my desire to work in the region, because it reawakens a childhood in Provence that I didn't live through, and yet I'm nostalgic for. I try to pass on a little of this love for a region that I've inherited to the brides and grooms who share their memories with me!

(Though I still don't eat candied fruit - that's a limit I'm not ready to cross. But I do love sugared almonds, another Southern tradition I inherited from my father).

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I've always loved writing - I've been very active in the wonderful world of Fanfiction for years - and I wanted to link these editorial inclinations with my taste for photography. I write about my services, about the world of marriage, I share thoughts, the fruit of certain research I have done on several aspects of photography... I welcome you in this joyful mayhem! 

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