Discover my portfolio
A quality photo will stand the test of time and bring positive emotions to many people around you. This is why it is truly important for me to tell a story through the images, to convey the atmosphere of the place, the impressions and the emotions of the participants. You can find below some examples of the pictures I made for newlyweds who trusted me to capture the best day of their lives and the clients who worked with me.
You will find here the photographs of weddings that I had the chance to photograph in Paris and surrounding areas.
Engagement or lovestory photoshoot is also a perfect way to practice in posing before the big day while creating beautiful romantic images.
I also create images for lookbooks, editorials and private photo shoots. In these gallery you can find some of these examples.
Wedding photographer based in Paris - Elena M
As a wedding photographer based in Paris, I prefer a documentary approach.
I encourage you to be yourself and help you feel comfortable in front of the camera throught your engagement, love story or wedding photo shoot. My goal is to capture real moments and create authentic, emotional photos that reflect your your personality.
You choose a photographer for his/her images, but also for his/her approach and qualities. These last two can be read through different reviews of brides and grooms. Here you will find some sincere testimonials of my customers, many of whom have become friends.
Ksenia & Iliah
Thanks to the wonderful Elena for helping us keep a piece of this incredible beauty! Thank you very much for your dedication and for having thought everything through down to the last detail, for your sincere smile, pleasant communication and of course for this photo shoot! Despite the strong wind, you have managed to make sincere, sensual and beautiful shots that will remind us the beginning of this new step of our life together.
“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” And a particularly moving image can teach empathy.”
It is no longer a matter of expressing reality, but of expressing what one feels about reality.