Elopements and intimate weddings tale-teller based in France but travelling around most of the time! What's your adventure?
Those guys had an amazing castle wedding in the Center of France. We had to catch this gorgeous light before it went so we rushed into the nearbu woods and started shooting like crazy. They were so kind with each other!
Florine and Sylvain had a beautiful Spetamber wedding but we headed to the woods on Halloween day to get some fairy-like pictures in an amazing light. We were lucky enough to get fog, and suddently all the trees transformed into a magical landscape.
We were walking in the deep woods of Central France and had the fog joining us. It was softly raining but we didn't care, the light was perfect and the colors amazing!
In this forest, we loved how the trees were hugging and the wind was softly talking to us. I had a smoke bomb with me, and as it deployed and they hugged, it created huge wings behing her, creating this special picture that seems coming from another world.
Melanie just saw her husband-to-be for the first time of the day, and after hugging and kissing they both went their own way before the ceremony. This was snapped while Melanie went back to her room and I was following her.
This was the last whot taken during Anne and Pierre-Louis's wedding. They were on the dancefloor, at 2 in the morning, and as I left I realized how beautiful the sky was. I ran to them and explained how cool it would look to have a picture under the milky way. They stopped their dancing and ran under the stars with me. We listened to the grillons and watched the shooting stars. It was magical.
We decided to climb a mountain to see the world better and take pictures during the sunset. So we hiked to the Plomb du Cantal, Central France, and stood in the chilly wind, with an amazing mountain view, and watched the sun set in the clouds.
Amélie & Nicolas got married on a gloomy day of June, in an amazing castle, with their closest friends and family. We headed to the woods nearby for their wedding pictures and we stood there, in the shadow of the trees, and listened to the birds chirping. It was an amazing day.
Genevieve was getting ready at her parent's house in Cantal, and her sister just had put her veil on her. She was walking back to the room's door and I saw the light in the veil. I really like this calm moment, a few minutes before her family discovered her in her wedding dress and she was walked down the aisle by her father.
For this shot, we decided to climb a volcano in the high mountains of center France, during sunset. It was raining a little bit before this shot, but the sun was totally amazing so we decided to embrace it and shoot anyways!
Sepideh and Mirza had an amazing destination wedding in Croatia, with a few of their families and friends. We wanted to organize a great couple session during sunset in the small streets of Dubrovnik. While the guests were drinking refreshments at the hotel terrace with an amazing view, we walked down to the old town and took some pictures. This was an in-between moment when we were walking from one spot to another. I saw the last rays of light and I framed it very quickly while they were walking.
The story behind this picture is actually quite simple. The couple wanted to take pictures in an epic place, so we went up a volcano in Center France. It was the last day of August and we planned this session for a very long time. I just came back from a 4-weeks trip in the United States and I still had my suitcase in the trunk of my car, yet we climbed up the volcano, had a very nice picnic tohgether and took pictures. For this one, I really liked the color of the grass. The sun was setting and the landscape was being more and more yellow, so I asked them to stand still while I took this pictures of them!
This couple had a very rad wedding, with a ceremony outside a castle in Auvergne. However we decided to head to the woods for their couples session, during sunset. Those woods were truly magical, and when I saw this small cliff, I asked them if they were up to climb up there for me, and they said yes! It took them around 10 minutes to go up there, but when they did, the sun was lighting perfectly the trees and it was really magical!
I was coming back from a 4-weeks roadtrip through all the US, and my plane landed in the morning in Paris. I then took my car, parked at the airport, drove 5 hours to the summit of the Puy de Dôme, the highest volcano in Auvergne, to join Marion and Christophe for their trash the dress session. We planned this on the last day on which the train would take us back after the sunset from the summit to the carpark, so I had no choice for the date!
When we got up there, it was raining a little bit, but we took it easy and took some pictures when the sun was peaking through the clouds. We also had a picnic up there.
We were walking back to the train station when suddenly the whole sky became red. I looked at them and told them to run with me to the edge of a cliff. When we arrived there, the sun was setting, and peaked through the clouds one last time. It was red, and the rainy clouds and the rain created a sort of very soft gradient from the sky to the valleys. The light was amazing. We had a 2-minutes window to get as many pictures as we could with this light, and this one came up. I was very jetlagged but I enjoyed it so much I didn't care anymore!
Julie and Kevin tighted the knot in may. They are this kind of couple who are so much in love, the whole world could fall apart and they would not even realize it. When they look at each other, when they hold each other, you can feel the love.
On the day of the shooting, we walked around a lot to go to this magnificent lake. It's actually a real hard way to get there, especially with a wedding dress. There are briars everywhere and it's quite steep. But they agreed anyways, and were happy to get to the lake because they knew the place was amazing. We shot for a little bit more than an hour, and we catched the sunset. It was magical, and so peaceful. They were very happy to be here together, and I was very happy to photograph their love in that wonderful place, that felt just like Canada