Photographers in PACA for Family, Vacation, Birth
Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Hautes-Alpes, Vaucluse
Find a top PACA documentary family photographer to authentically capture your at-home or hospital birth session, vacation, family reunion, party, or for a candid 'Day in the Life' session. Meet the accredited member photographers of the France Family Photojournalist Association:
Map of FPJA Family Photographers Serving PACA
5 Available Documentary Family Photographers...
I am a lover of life. I love the smell of damp earth in spring, hearing the laughter, marveling at Mother Nature, and tasting all the gourmet pleasures. But above all, I am an unconditional lover of my son, Gabriel, and my lover. My man is one of the good people, he is a farmer who works day after day, in the heat of the south and the cold of winter. Hard work gives enormous satisfaction. We live in the great outdoors with our animals, a simple life, sometimes difficult but wonderful. It was by looking at family albums with my grandmother when I was a child that photography became an extension of me. A daily happiness cure. The question of why then became essential. It testifies to the importance that the image has taken on in my life. All those little things that remind us every day that life is short.
I'm Jennifer but Jen is good too, I'm 28 years old and it's already way too much! At 9 years old I wanted to be a journalist but this desire is simply gone. At 10 years old I wanted to be a teacher but it is clear that I was null in spelling and null arch in mathematics. At 14 I wanted to be an interior decorator but studies quickly bored me. At 16 years old I start equestrian studies, my ponies, and chaos in the classrooms. After 4 years of alternation, I realize that this great passion will not be my job. At 21, I resume my studies in the field of management. At 23 years old I finished my studies with a year in marketing. At 24 years old I become a professional, passionate, sensitive, emotional photographer sometimes shy, sometimes extroverted, greedy, dreamy, impatient, and amazed. In 2019 I decided to leave 7 months solo, bag on the back explore Asia. When I returned I decided to leave the Paris region to settle in Switzerland.
My approach to family and wedding photography is that of a documentary. I do not intervene, or really little, and I prefer the capture of candid images. My main goal is to tell your story and to transcribe in images what moves me in your real life. With this in mind, I am particularly attentive to MOMENTS. I want to leave you something about the beauty of your family ties, and I like to document with sincere and authentic photographs, the life of the families who entrust me with this beautiful mission.