Strolling through Paris with my camera is what I adore! Especially the sunday morning’s are my favorites. It’s calm because nobody is outside till +/- 11:00. The perfect time for me to take photos. Especially for places with a lot of tourists like Montmartre. The sun is still rising, so the light is gold and perfect! Saint Germain is my favorite area because it’s always calm and very beautiful.
Meet my dear Fabienne! We call her Faby, but I think it’s pretty awesome that she is called fab. So for me she’s Fabulouso, Faby, Fab. I LOVE IT. Our heart is melting while we are walking through Saint Germain, talking about our passion for this city. We scrolled by a little band, La Plance A Dixie, yes the very French one at the corner at Deux Margots. We loved it so much that we both bought an oldschool cd. Yes, I still buy cd’s and I love it to have a collection of memories. Music brings people together. Faby and I had more drinks, more talks and ofcourse, my camera was also invited.
A winter wedding, in the heart of Paris. Honestly, I made a little jump in the air when Safia and Reda asked me to photograph their wedding. It was always be my dream to photograph a wedding in Paris, and this one would be my first one! During our phone call, I already liked Safia. She is very kind and sweet, and wanted me to have a nice day too. And when I saw her wedding dress, I was even more exited for the day. She wore a dress with blue heels like Carry (for all the Sex And The City lovers)! With the flowers in her hair, and the little white fur coat, I was so in love with her outfit. The day could start, and I was very happy. After the ceremony, the group of friends and family went to the Shangri-la hotel for a lunch and photo session.
This was my first weekend alone in Paris since I moved here. I love to scroll down the Parisian streets and to photograph the beautiful city. It was a cold and grey day. Photographing the architecture is then great to do; no trees that will block the sight by their leaves. But these winter days are allright for just 1 weekend. I can’t wait for the spring to start; blossom trees and green plants growing. Also a blue sky would make the photos look more happier. Anyhow, I’m back to be in Paris.
Last Autumn, I photographed this serie for a privatecar- and conciergerie service in Paris.