My life is boring, it doesn’t deserve to be photographed”. This is one of the thoughts that clients confide to me most often before choosing documentary photography.

As I answer them: your everyday life is something unique, for those who see it for the first time.

Because – in reality – your relationships and your family are a masterpiece. A precious treasure that deserves to be discovered, brought to light and made eternal.

With documentary photography, this becomes possible.

The art form of authenticity

Documentary photography is a type of photography that was born in 1877, from the genre of reportage.

More precisely, it it linked to the innovative style of two London reporters – John Thomson and Adolph Smith – who immortalized the social classes of the time in a realistic and natural way.

Because this is precisely the distinctive element of documentary photography: the ability to show reality for what it is.

Spontaneous. Pure. Authentic.

And that’s why I decided to make documentary photography the focus of my career.

No pose, just a thousand emotions

In documentary photography, the photos represent unique moments of real life.

  • No one has to pose
  • What matter is you, your history, your daily life
  • Context and location are secondary
  • Each element remains exactly as it is

Through the artistic gaze, the documentary photographer manages to capture exclusive moments.

To then preserve – in tangible memories – the infinite world of emotions that lies behind your gestures and expressions.

Perfect for telling the story of your family, every day or during a special ceremony such as your wedding, documentary photography is my world.

And, if you wish, it can tell yours!

Do you want to know more about documentary photography or have you decided to book your session? Contact me!