Top photo picks 2016 | Bay Area Wedding Photography
2016 Best Of
2016 was a big year for me! It was my first official year to set up shop as a Bay Area Wedding Photographer. It was my first full high season in the US. And it was a year full of new and intriguing travel. But most importantly, 2016 included was filled with tons of kick ass couples and individuals who allowed me to ca ...
A weekend road trip to Joshua Tree
My wife loves surprises. Loves getting them, loves planning them. So she seemed particularly excited as my birthday approached and all she would tell me is “Just keep your weekend free. We’re doing something cool.”
As a relative new resident of the West Coast, the ‘cool’ places to visit are endless. My mind wan ...
My Top 5 Places for a Western States Photo Shoot
Got an awesome location where you’d love to have a shoot in the West? Contact me today and let's make it happen!
My wife grew up in California. But as it is true for most people, she didn’t know her ‘home’ as well as she should have. She knew France like the back of her hand, and had travelled extensively in Europe, but ...
What’s in my photo bag when I’m traveling
The travel bug...
Traveling is nuts! Over the years, I have come to consider myself as an avid backpacker and traveler. Not just because of my actual travels abroad, but rather because I have been bitten by the travel bug and it will always be a part of who I am. . I use any excuse to get out of town and explore new places, and I’ ...
A Walk in Rome • Travel Photography
I'm a traveler at heart. I've traveled a lot over the past years; I even did a 6 month trip in Asia last year (check out one of my portfolios or my blog, if you're interested about travel photography). In all the places I visit, I ask myself whether or not I could stay there permanently. Whether or not I could make my life there. W ...
Travel Photography • People are awesome
I spent 2014 travelling the world from Asia to the USA. I feel lucky to have been able to do it and there was so much to learn. I now want to share what matters the most to me as a photographer and one of the overriding themes during this trip: people.
I (almost) can't take good pictures if there are no humans present. I have no i ...