A reunion with self
That feels like home coming.
The act of portrait photography is a spiritual experience for me.
It’s when you give me an opportunity to see you and give back to you what you were not able to see and recognize in your own reflection.
These images become a record – a reminder for you that this potential – the place of power – is always accessible for you, and you indeed can be loved and seen in this world as you are.
Frequntly Asked Questions
How long are your sessions
My in studio sessions are normally 2hrs long and #darewalk sessions are between 1.5 and 2.5 hrs long.
How should I prepare?
There is no particular preparation required from you. The only thing that I ask for is to be open to having a conversation with me during the shoot since it's the foundation of my technique.
What should I wear?
I generally recommend you wear solid colors as opposed to prints. as prints sometimes take too much attention and distract the viewer from the main focus of the photo (your expression).
During our session we will have enough time to shoot up to 3 changes of outfits, so i's always good to bring some options.
Is your approach to photography any different from other photographers?
It might be different from what you have experienced before. And the main difference is that we do not come up with an imaginary story or look or scenario for our photoshoot. It's a free flow stress-free process where we get to improvise and enjoy our time together.
How soon will I get my pictures back?
The preview gallery with all of the color corrected images is normally sent to you within 7 days after the shoot. And the turnaround for edited or enhanced images is within 1 week.
Do you offer Gift Certificates?
Yes! Please feel free to contact me, and I'll be happy to design a unique gift certificate for you and your loved ones!
Do you offer prints?
Yes! You will be able to order prints of your photos directly from the online gallery.
This Intuitive Thing..
Henry Cartier-Bresson in conversation with Alain Desvergnes (1979)
"I am interested in only one aspect of photography. There are many more, but the thing that moves me is looking at life, a kind of never ending questioning and an immediate answer. This photography is a kind of intuitive thing that sticks to reality and comes from a very deep place within; it is about imposing yourself. Rene Char wrote somewhere about poetry that some people invent and others discover. These are two different worlds. These two aspects also exist in photography. I am only interested in people who discover; I feel solidarity for those who go for discoveries; for me, there is much more risk involved in that than in trying to completely fabricate images. And in the end, reality is so much richer."