Saya started photography as a fashion photographer. She studied fine arts, drawing and painting. She achieved in 2009 a series of portraits named Human Beauty. Passionate about people, she became a photojournalist for an association, and made a series of portraits of Southeast Asian refugees.
HOW DO YOU DEFINE YOUR ARTISTIC WORK?
Before becoming a wedding photographer, I have done a retrospective on my artistic career. People defined my work as mysterious, romantic and intimate. I came naturally to this. What I was looking for in my series of portraits "Human Beauty" wasn't to transcribe the physical beauty of the person who was in front of me, but to show who was hiding under his or her physical appearance. I didn't define myself as a fashion photographer, but as a fashion PORTRAITIST. It is what I want to offer to my lovers, not only a wedding reporter but also the service of a portraitist photographer for their wedding. I want to capture not only a beautiful image but also the emotions of a moment. A timeless photograph can be incarnated through the emotion that the image emanates so the real challenge is to create a beautiful image with an absolute simplicity. An emotion is never as strong as when we are in front of an image which speak of itself by its purity and its simplicity.
WHAT is YOUR RELATION WITH YOUR CLIENTS ?
I often meet couples who are concerned about the photo shoot. They tell me they are not professional models, or not accustomed to the camera. That's why it's important for my clients and me, we choose each other to work together. Being their wedding photographer is above all creating a relationship with the couple, and as in the case of all relationship, the trust is essential. Then from there begins my work of reporter: we take the time to know each other, we discuss on the phone, I meet them and I investigate in their personality. It's an ephemeral link which is constructed during the preparation of the wedding on the D-Day. Since I transcribe through my images their love and their emotion, it's a story that we write together. It's a real privilege to be the wedding photographer: to be close to our couples physically, and also humanly and emotionally.
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