Why take pictures?
It was thanks to my grandmother that I realized how precious and fleeting memories are. Unfortunately, memories are constantly eroded by the passage of time. To revive them and give them back dimension, it is enough that we share them, through conversations or even better, fabulous photos that will feed our emotional heritage.
Being in front of the camera can be a fun and sometimes therapeutic experience. Taking the time to take beautiful photos will help us remember our thoughts the day we took them. Being in front of a stranger’s camera can make some people anxious, suggesting that something insurmountable is expected of them. However, this cannot be further from reality. My goal is to build your self-confidence so that you can be comfortable in front of the goal, and give way to your emotions. It’s a fabulous step to take a true, honest and precious part of your personality on photographic paper. In an era where the image is greatly modified and ephemeral, the reward of being able to share your emotions on a physical and lasting support is all the stronger.