I have spent the past 25 years shaping and defining the visual identities of some of the most prestigious brands including Hermes, Roleix,  Bloogmindales, Dior and Givenchy. My expertise extends across diverse realms of imagery.  Whether capturing the essence of a personality in portrait shots, breathing life into still life photography, or narrating compelling stories through documentary-style visuals, I am keen on helping your customers discover the full spectrum of your brand through my images. 

As a Personal Branding Photographer, I use a mix of brand strategy, creative direction, and photography to bring your brand to life. I help you establish and maintain a personal brand that is both visually beautiful and highlights your unique personality. 

 I always take the time to establish a relationship of trust with each of my clients. Every individual  is different, so each element of the shooting such as lighting, posture and composition, is always unique. Once we establish a relationship of mutual trust during the session then naturally the Image appears.

I believe that your clients need to FEEL your brand identity.

If you want a cohesive online visual presence that communicates your values, brand photography is the way to go! Brand photography is not just a few headshots - it's a full-on marketing strategy through a collection of images to help your clients know what to expect from you. Brand photography is the art of capturing the essence of your business and communicating it visually. This goes beyond simply highlighting your products or services. Your branding  photos are meant to tell a story. My purpose as a photographer is to bring  life into your brand through visual content.

Humans are emotional beings, and emotions play a significant role in decision-making. Visuals have the power to evoke emotions and create a connection with your audience. Through branding photography, you can evoke the right emotions that resonate with your target audience, fostering a deeper and more meaningful connection.

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