Switzerland Family Photographers

Photographers in Switzerland for Family, Vacation, Birth

Zurich, Geneva, Basel, Bern, Lausanne, Lucerne, St. Gallen, Lugano

Find your Switzerland documentary family photographer for your family’s needs. From birth to the first birthday party, to family vacations and a ‘Day in the Life’ session, let us be there to capture it all. Meet the accredited members of the Europe Family Photojournalist Association:

Map of FPJA Family Photographers Serving Switzerland

7 Available Documentary Family Photographers...

Switzerland and Zug are home to family photojournalist, Andreas Feusi

Born in 1982 and raised in the Zurich area, I trained in office admin, later in IT support and was of course a passionate amateur photographer. My hobby has been my full-time job for some time. About 10 years ago I started my own company and opened my own studio in Cham. Since then I have moved into a larger studio in Baar. My passion for beautiful pictures, my creativity and love of working with people all contribute to my success in this profession. At the beginning of a contract, it is important for me to have personal contact with the client. So it is most vital to me to have discussed the expectations and wishes of my client before starting the shoot. As an avid Canon-photographer, naturally good equipment is a crucial part of my work. Is Canon or Nikon superior? In both of these top brands, their high-end products have very little to choose between them. Who is behind the camera is more important than discussing the technical details. The technology should just make it easier to capture an even better shot.

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA Lifestyle Photojournalist
France and Nouvelle-Aquitaine are home to family and wedding photographer  Chrystel Echavidre

My personal photographic heritage is quite poor and I often regret it, all those moments that I let fall through time ... In the continuity of my work for the couples in the wedding universe, I like to capture the moments of life, the real life. This motivates my professional goals, follow you on a chosen moment in order to propose images that will allow you to constitute a precious family patrimony. Your family is beautiful, see you soon.

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA Lifestyle Photojournalist
Studio portrait of Porto documentary family photographer Angela Azevedo, of Portugal

Small and big stories; little visual tales, which, over the years, add up to each other's book of life. Created by a family photojournalist with a passion for the reportage-style, photography and film, the Tiny Tales project arise by vocation, with the ambition to capture the beautiful, the absurd, the caricato or the frowning. What your life you have to show us. Because all love stories - and often leave whole sections to tell.

France and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes is where Ambre Peyrotty photographs her families.

Ambre is an award-winning wedding and family photojournalist based in Auvergne. She obtained her Bachelor's degree in photography in the Ecole de Condé, Northern France, in 2014, and her work has been exhibited in France, Portugal and Canada.

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA Lifestyle Photojournalist
Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes family photography by Castille Alma of France

I’m a documentary familly photographer . I live in Lyon but I’m available in all France, Switzerland, the Antilles and even beyond. In fact I go wherever your desires will take us! What I like is sharing a moment with you, time for a walk or a weekend to stop time on this important moment in your life. So that my photos, those I will give you, resemble you and reflect what you are, your personality, your soul, your heart. Get in touch and then enjoy, be yourself I take care of everything!

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA Lifestyle Photojournalist
Paris Family Photographer Maite Galloux

It all began more than thirty years ago: a childhood rocked by distant travels, the stories of great explorers, in the midst of world maps and 16mm film rushes, then the discovery of silver and silver photography of the dark room. But fifteen years in the world of large companies, in France and abroad - including several years in South America - made me feel the need to slow down the course of my life to find my first wonders, and the ability to observe and decipher our world to make it more intimate. Photography, which until then had naturally and discreetly accompanied me, suddenly took a more important place. I took a step by perfecting myself at the Gobelins School of Image. Today, as a family photographer, I share myself between Paris, the Mediterranean, Brittany and long journeys, which remain a great passion and source of inspiration.

Lifestyle Photojournalist