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Over the last few years, I've been working more and more in the West of France, where I've come to live and where I'm originally from. From Brittany and the Loire Valley, I've gradually made my way down to Nouvelle Aquitaine, where I come more and more to work for lovers who trust me with their memories!

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


When I was a child, I loved creative activities. All kinds of creative activities, much to my parents' delight. I tried - with varying degrees of success - drawing, painting, music, writing... Then photography. Of all these activities, photography was the only constant. I continued my studies, I started working, but photography kept a place in my life, even if it was at the time on the bangs of my main activity.

Until I got married, I had never considered becoming a photographer. In fact, I'd never even heard of wedding photography. My own wedding photographer introduced me to wedding photography, and I owe her my conversion. Her encouragement and experience were invaluable in helping me take this leap of faith, especially as I started working at the very beginning of Covid (I've always had an impeccable sense of timing).

I've now been a full-time wedding photographer for several years, and I'm able to travel the length and breadth of France to work for couples in love. I've found in this job the creative and social dimension that was missing from my previous activities. I work with each couple to design a reportage which, as well as being as aesthetically pleasing as possible, also reflects their personalities and desires. What's more, photography is an inexhaustible source of learning and possibilities, which still fascinates me after many years of practice.



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 first fell in love with wedding photography because of the social dimension involved. To create beautiful images, you have to be able to build a relationship of trust and kindness with the couple, and work with them to create their photo reportage. As I gained more experience, the technical dimension was added to my approach, so that I could offer ever more precise and useful support to the brides and grooms who entrusted me with their images.

Of course, a wedding photo reportage includes a majority of spontaneous shots that capture the atmosphere of the wedding. But there are also moments when the photographer needs to guide and help the couple posing, working with them to create images that live up to their expectations and desires. I'm passionate about this part of my job, and I'm constantly training myself to create ambitious, high-quality scenographies while maintaining a climate of fun and lightness, because a wedding should above all be a moment of joy, not a perpetual photo shoot!

Over the years, I've enriched my support with documents, advice, explanations and anecdotes that I use to help the bride and groom design their reportage and arrive on D-day with all the information they need to create their images, and adapt the reportage to the mood and personality of each love story!

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!


I grew up near Nantes, on the west coast of France, with a mother from Brittany and a father from Marseille (a glorious mix that clearly has an impact on my eating habits: olive oil and salted butter are my religion). I spent my childhood between the Breton seaside, the Loire Valley and Provence in the summer.

As a teenager, my parents decided to take us on a tour of the regions of France we didn't yet know, and my brother and I discovered the magnificent landscapes of the Dordogne (and its gastronomy, which alone is enough to keep me coming back for more). As far as weddings are concerned, I had my first opportunity to come and work near Bordeaux, and then I was lucky enough to return regularly to criss-cross the Nouvelle Aquitaine region to accompany couples in love. From the Charente to the Pyrénées Atlantiques, I'm always on the go, photographing love stories (and sampling the local cuisine, one of my other great passions).

Copie de Alexandra & Bjorn-25.jpg


At first, I wanted to keep a blog for my Google referencing (we're being 100% honest here). Eventually, through this blog, I got back into writing, and my desire to talk about anything and everything did the rest! I now write about wedding photography, but also about other aspects of the wedding world... Anything I find interesting and potentially useful for you is shared here!

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