I’m a portrait photographer who loves what I do. I love meeting new people and bringing out their best. I love the preparation that goes into designing the perfect shoot for you, the interactions which make you relax in front of the camera, enabling me to capture true emotion, the backend work which transforms your photos and, most especially, your reactions when you discover your photos.
Those who know me well will tell you that I’m a fairly relaxed, down to earth person. I am also detail oriented, which comes in very handy when photographing and retouching as I look at all the little details to ensure you look perfect for your portrait.
If you’d like to know more about how I work, and, most importantly, see examples of my work, please visit my portrait experience page.
I have the absolute privilege of being a portrait photographer in one of the most beautiful regions of France. My photo studio is located in Tullins, Isère, and is easily accessible from Grenoble or Voiron by car, bus or train.
I am a member of the FFPMI, the Fédération Française de la Photographie et des Métiers de l'Image, the French federation of professional photographers.
Completely bilingual, feel free to contact me in English or French. If you are French, feel free to visit the French version of my site, or keep reading if you want to practice your English.
I was born in sunny Brisbane, on Australia’s east coast into a French family and grew up playing with my dad’s slr film camera. Although I can’t say that I took amazing photos back then, it certainly developed my love of photography from a young age!
I started photographing professionally in 2006, starting off in the sporting domain before moving into portraiture.
After having spent a number of holidays in France, my husband and I took the plunge and moved to France permanently in late 2013. Being keen cyclists and alpine skiers, we chose to move to Grenoble, the capital of the French Alps, before settling down in Tullins, a nice little town the countryside, surrounded by walnut trees, not far from Grenoble and Voiron in Rhône-Alpes. Once it was clear that we were going to stay in France, we had our two aussie cats brought over.
Not long after arriving in France, two became three and my love of family photography was born. Where my passion previously lay in photographing sports portraits, having a little girl and photographing her as she grew, gave me a new appreciation (and love for) family portraiture. Capturing those precious, fleeting moments as our kids grow up so quickly, for us to relive forever - I feel privileged to be able to provide this service to my clients.
Where to next?
Ready to take the next step and reserve your portrait session? Contact me today to discuss what you’re looking for in your portrait.