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Have you ever wondered how it is to be in front of my lens?

Have you ever wondered how it is to be in front of my lens?

Have you ever wondered how it is to be in front of my lens?

100% of my clients are surprised on how fun and relaxed I keep their headshots session.

99.9% of all of my clients were nervous before their first time in front of the camera. All their worries and unease are gone once we start working together!

WANTED: New Projects

WANTED: New Projects

WANTED: NEW PROJECTS
As I am about to complete several larger projects, I am looking for your help to line up new projects. 

Word of Mouth is the best advertising: a creative’s work is only as good as the happiness of the client. 
As professional photographer and creative, nothing fills me with more joy than seeing my clients using their new headshots announcing a new role, or their business portraits for telling the world about leading a successful project for their company.

Do you have the eye for details? Corporate Portraits of Architect Paola di Romano.

Do you have the eye for details? Corporate Portraits of Architect Paola di Romano.

As a commercial portrait photographer in Genève / Geneva I do help my clients show them in their profession. Their line of work is their passion, just as much as mine is envisioning how to set their personal brand in a portrait session. When architect Paola di Romano from PdR Architects in Vésenaz asked me to create her headshot, I immediately envisioned her at work. 

Litigium at Patric Pop Portrait Studio: How to find a satisfactory solution for everyone

Litigium at Patric Pop Portrait Studio: How to find a satisfactory solution for everyone

Litigium at Patric Pop Portrait Studio: How to find a satisfactory solution for everyone
When Nati Gomez and Mathieu Parreaux came to see me at my photo studio, in addition of creating solo headshots, we agreed on creating a portrait with both founders of Litigium on the same image. Since Litigium is all about common ground between two parties, inviting dialogue by letting go, I wanted to create a setting where both of them harmonise as much as they do in real life.