Photography is one of the many artistic mediums people learn to express their creative skills. I discovered this on my 10th birthday when I received from my mum her very own first camera.
It was vintage even for the time but I loved that camera. It stayed with me for some good years until an accident happened: boys will be boys and eventually I lost it. My mum’s first camera…I was devastated.
My uncle, a wedding photographer at the time, took me under his wing. Not only did he give me a lot of advice on how to use a camera (film camera – we’re talking about ancient time here!) he also offered me one of his favorite old cameras, a middle format Twin Lens Mamiya…that I still use today.
Born in Paris, I moved to Ireland in my 20’s. While I did my fair share of travelling – they called it gap years – I never really left Ireland. I’m a true lover of this teddy bear country, a paradise not only for landscape photography but for kitesurfing, my other hobby when I’m not behind a camera.
In 2009, I gave up my job and set off to travel and photograph my humble vision of the world for a year. I covered many photography projects in different countries but fell especially for two countries, Nepal and Japan. I loved them so much that in 2012 I hit the road again.
Back in Ireland since 2013, I have worked for many clients, law firms, local organisations, cultural and historical projects and the Irish Green Party. I also set up my own little photography venture specialising in Portrait, Weddings and Vintage style Hen Parties.
Are you planning a wedding, a vintage photoshoot, a portait session…a gap year in Asia(!) Lets spend some time together, let’s discuss about your project, let’s take shoot some great stuff together. I’m all yours.
Enough about me now, its time to tell me your story ?