REMEMBER HOW IT FELT
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE
I'm here to create a meaninful experience, be more than just a vendor.
I don't want to just show up and get those typical, staged, posed, awkward photos.
My goal is to capture things the way they are, your connection with your significant one, with your family, with the place where you are.
I'm here to create photos that you can look back on for years to come and remember how it felt.
I CREATE A MIX OF INTIMATE, QUIET MOMENTS
& FUN, EXPERIMENTAL, ADVENTUROUS MOMENTS.
no half smiles
Those little things depend on us. Building a nice moment, sharing an experience and having a GOOD TIME.
I SEEK BEAUTY IN THE SIMPLE THINGS:
IF YOU'RE EXPECTING TO GET THE "PERFECT SHOT"...
I ADMIT I MIGHT NOT BE THE BEST PHOTOGRAPHER FOR YOU.
I DON'T BELIEVE THERE'S A PERFECT SHOT,
MY PHOTOGRAPHY IS ALL ABOUT THE PROCESS,
My creative process is not based in trying to recreate existing photos, or posing you in an specific way, "correcting mistakes" in every part of you body.
Asking you to pretend something.
especially if you're weird.
emotive, natural and truth-seeking
The images are
THE MOMENTS WE SHARE.
the true meaning behind your relationship
THE PHOTOS GOT TO BE ABOUT YOU, NOT ABOUT ME.
THAT'S WHY MY BUSINESS NAME IS NOT MY NAME.
but then... WHAT IS
Flâneur is a french word, it means "stroller", "lounger", "saunterer", or "loafer".
Flânerie is the act of strolling, wandering with no purpose.
The flâneur was a literary type from the 19th-century france, essential to any picture of the streets of Paris. He was the man of leisure, the urban explorer. In the 1860s, the poet charles baudelaire presented a memorable portrait of the flâneur as the artist-poet of the modern metropolis:
"For the perfect flâneur, for the passionate spectator, it is an immense joy to set up house in the heart of the multitude, amid the ebb and flow of movement, in the midst of the fugitive and the infinite.
To be away from home and yet to feel oneself everywhere at home; to see the world, to be at the centre of the world, and yet to remain hidden from the world - impartial natures which the tongue can but clumsily define. The spectator is a prince who everywhere rejoices in his incognito.
The lover of life makes the whole world his family, just like [...] the lover of pictures who lives in a magical society of dreams painted on canvas.
Thus the lover of universal life enters into the crowd as though it were an immense reservoir of electrical energy."
Charles Baudelaire, The Painter of Modern Life.