Geraldine was born and raised in Paris where she started photography at the age of 11. She moved to NYC twenty years ago and now lives half of her time in Montreal and the other half in NJ. Her main interest in photography is capturing spontaneous and heartfelt images. Although posing is part of an event, she privileges candid portraiture. She worked for over ten years to develop a unique style of wedding photography deeply rooted in wedding photojournalism and influenced by fine-art and fashion photography. She continues shooting with artists, musicians and models as part of an ongoing learning process and through these different disciplines she constantly renews her eye, challenging herself and exploring new ways of telling your story.
Eleanor comes from a fine arts background that started back in London, England where she was born into a creative and world-traveled family. She studied Sculpture and Bronze-casting, working with artists such as Henry Moore, then came to New York City for a Masters in Film and Video at Pratt Institute. Equally comfortable shooting stills or moving images, Eleanor’s aim is to bring out the emotion in each and every frame as emotions form the basis of storytelling and weddings are one of the great love stories of our lives, Weddings are about relationships; with loved ones, with old friends, with new friends, with a new family and most importantly, with a new partner in life. Smiles, glances, hugs, tears, laughter and joy express what make a wedding day a wonderful time and Eleanor will be there to capture it all. Her goal is to provide a beautiful and artistic approach to your wedding photography and when you book with Eleanor, you are commissioning an artist to record your wedding day. Working in a documentary or reportage style she will capture your day as it unfolds - the joy, the emotions, the happiness. Together with some lightly directed & flattering portraits of the two of you, and some happy and intimate family portraits, and you will have a natural yet stylish record of your day.