Event Photographer – Normandy and France

Capturing concerts, cultural and tourism events, exhibitions and business salons.

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I love being and event photographer in Normandy, France. Whether it’s an indoor business event, an outdoor cultural festival or a classical or rock concert I enjoy the challenge of capturing the best angles, the people involved and the atmosphere.

Get in touch to discuss your requirements for a photo reportage of your event whether it’s in Normandy or further afield in France.

I’ll put together a personalised detailed quote covering all aspects of your photography or video project.


Being your event photographer.

Being a good event photographer is all about observation and adaptability. Events, although they may have a timetable and sometimes even a ‘shot list’, are all about the people involved and it’s important to be always watching around you, ready to capture candid moments and be in the right place at the right time. To always be on the look out for any shot you think the client might like.

Are you organising an event you'd like captured professionally ?

I’m a British photographer based in Normandy, France and I’m fully bilingual, helping capture events for English speaking choirs, orchestras and groups visiting France, able to converse with local, organisers and suppliers, allowing for a smooth flow of communication during your event

Coming to Normandy for D-Day commemorations?

For many years I’ve have the honour and privilege to help tour companies, orchestras, bands and choirs capture their events in and around the historic Landing Beaches. Events full of emotion with the presence of D-Day veterans, from parades, concerts and festivals. If you’re looking for a bilingual photographer that understands the importance of capturing all the important moments for you and your participants to treasure, please get in touch to discuss your plans.

Discover on the blog wonderful concert at Omaha Beach conducted by US D-Day veteran and conductor Emeritus Colonel Gabriel