I love fashion photography. Starting from a creative idea, casting the team, organise everything for the location, the lights, the brief (...) to a print in magazine. It can take months from the first idea to the print, but it's so exciting to see all the hard work that you gave laying in your hands in a magazine. People and professional have believed in you and your art and it's rewarded. I like collaborating with people, follow guidelines and give the results as close as possible from it, and be bubbly and funny while I shoot to make everyone feel comfortable.
Fashion photography: I love directing a creative team around a main creative idea. Portrait photography: the one at one, feeling close to the model to capture great moments. Event photography: going around the crowd, being discreet as a mice to get natural shots or the party. Headshots: easy to shoot, results always perfects. Architecture: loneliness with your camera can be nice sometimes. Food photography: you can try the food at the end! Flat lays: using props and creating a natural light to make items and products looking nice. Medical photography: seeing things that I would never see in my carrier.
• Period Magazine, 'The men in my Bedroom', UK. • Bevie Magazine, “Ocean Escape,” June 2017, Texas, USA. • Féroce Magazine, “Jelly Beans,” Féroce Magazine, June 2017, Edinburgh, Scotland. • Volant Magazine, “I am not your Teddy Bear,” May 2017, Düsseldorf, Germany. • Elegant Magazine, “Behind the summer,” February 2017, California, USA. • Creative Portrait Magazine, “Forest Escape,” January 2017, London, UK. • Obscurae Magazine, “Walking Slouch,” January 2017, Tennessee, USA. • Conceptual Magazine, “ Silk Sunset,” January 2017, Illinois, UK. • Whim Magazine, “Mistic Country,” December 2016, Sydney, Australia. • Misfit Magazine, “Chromosome n°9”, November 2016, Melbourne, Australia.
Fun facts about myself? I can find myself in weird situation and always look like I know what I am doing. For example, yesterday, I was shooting for a professional for a small airtasker job. The customer did not precise me that I will be fully dress on hospital clothes, in a surgery theatre, taking pictures of her opening people's up. I did not passed out and took really cool pictures that I will probably never had the opportunity to take in my life without make-up artist! ...I don't quite know if I can call it fun!