I love posing people and I love to photograph in the most natural way possible and the result is a mixture of elegant looking images with spontaneous shots with me guiding and motivating those in front my lens all along the session. Photographing people involves diversity and I always look to adapt the way I approach each session to those in front of my camera. My goal is to capture at least a bit of what defines them as a family, couple or as an individual. Sometimes is the way they smile at each other, sometimes is how they kiss or hug and sometimes is how they manage to jump together in a perfectly synchronized move.
Dancing! I have no idea what I do when I dance but I love letting myself flow with the music.
Getting lost while wandering the streets! Especially in areas with tiny narrow streets! I’m really bad with geographical orientation so getting lost in a city is quite an easy task. And when that happens, I love exploring and searching for particularities.
Oar paddling. Give me a lake, a small boat and two oars and I’m the happiest person alive! I’ve always wondered why this kind of activity makes me so happy. So far, I’ve only got one theory: I must’ve been a sailor or something like that in a previous life.
Trocadero: Eiffel Tower is in my opinion one of the most elegant monuments that man ever built. I’ve seen it a thousand times and never grew tired of it and Trocadero is one of the best locations to take photos with the Tower in the background. This location includes Trocadero Gardens and one of the carousels in the area
Louvre: Modern and classic magnificent architecture. I am always impressed with the level of detail the old Louvre walls have to offer and the mixture with the new of the glass pyramids gives me a joyful feeling.
Montmartre: Little cobblestone streets, very long flights of stairs, houses with a village feel give Montmartre a bohemian look. The unmistakable Sacre-Coeur and the breathtaking view of Paris from the top of the hill only add to the photographic value of the area.
English, Brazilian Portuguese, Romanian, French.