Constance’s boudoir session has been realized some months ago in the South of France. As usual, I wanted something very soft, with a mix of black&white and color films. The Rime Arodaky gowns, borrowed for the session, just contributed to highlight Constance’s natural beauty and elegance
You can see more of this wedding inspiration on Style Me Pretty.
I have a deep love story with Provence. I love the golden light down there and the way it perfectly interacts with film, especially in the greens and yellows. Charlotte & Gianmarco seem directly fallen from haven. I love how they evolve in that lavender and olive grove landscape. This wedding inspiration was realized last September in Provence, with a great team of vendors, and remains one of my favorite session.
You can see more of this styled shoot on 100 Layer Cake.
A few weeks ago, surrounded by a great team of talents, we realized a bridal shoot inspired by Parisian elegance in the cold weather of a december morning in the City. In this beautiful place near Le Louvre, we created a delicate atmosphere, midway between a folk and natural spirit, and the parisian chic. Marion, our talented florist had prepared garlands of anemones and buttercups, flooding on the table and wooden floor, adding texture and poetry and a little bit of romance in this Parisian apartment. The dresses, made by stylist Elise Hameau, were perfect for the occasion, with elegant delicacy brought by the French lace details.
Jean-Laurent is a fellow wedding photographer. I was more than honored and touched when Jean-Laurent and Caroline asked me to realize their engagement shoot. We did it by a bright and sunny Saturday morning, in Cap-Ferret, on the edge of the Arcachon Bay. A walkaway in a small oyster village, with no one at the horizon.