Due to popular demand, I have decided to print a Calendar for 2024 with some of my pictures...
It's been years I'm thinking about it and depending on the popularity of this one, there might be more in the future ;)
Every artists (sculptor, painters) and every places will be listed in the calendar.
I've made a great selection of pictures, that show all I love the most... moody, gloomy, misty... mountains, water and a bit of architecture too ;)
I believe this selection really show what's best in my pictures and I hope you'll like it!
-The calendar will be shipped to you as soon as it's printed.
Thank you everyone for your interest! 💖And if you'd like to help me, feel free to share the new!!
I took this picture in 2016 at la pierre percée (pierced stone in english) in the French Alps wich is a fantastic place that I didn't knew before. I was really excited at the view, and even more at the clouds... I really loves mist and I believe it was the first time I really had somethin' that beautiful in front of me for a modelhorse picture. Cherry on top, it was that model wich is a portrait on my mare that I took with me (I always choose my horses randomly before going on a hike), with a brand new nameplate halter I was able to snatch from Braymere's custom saddlery. This probably one of my favorite picture ever, still today.
Valentine Kiss (foal) and Spotify (mare)
The two models are assigned to my favorite breed, Knabstrupper.
We started the idea of doing one castle shooting per year and it was our second one after Versailles. That was a perfect day that we spent almost entierly in the garden, truly the best shootings are with friends!
I took this picture this summer with my friend Mégann, who came all the way from Canada to discover the French Alps ;)
Stormwatch is a grail for so many collectors, it inclued me. This specific Stormwatch is truly special to me. This Stormwatch waited 2 years on MHSP without selling before I had the funds. Funds that I partially got from my father's heritage after he passed, wich is a great way to remember him as he was a professional artist and photograph and he's actually the one who got me into photography. On top of that, that Stormwatch was painted by one of my ever favorite painter, Danielle Feldman - do you know that she did a tutorial for painting appaloosa with him?
So if you want to spent a year with my pictures (and all the beautifuls places it depict) don't be shy to sent me a mail ;)