More about French photographer in Paris JORDAN:
Languages: English, French and Japanese
Hi, I’m Jordan. I grew up in Paris where I felt in love with photography through the legendary work of French humanist photographers Henri Cartier-Bresson and Marc Riboud. I was first attracted, for the first half of my career as a professional photographer, by travel & documentary photography and worked on social & environmental issues because I have always drawn my inspiration from the people I meet and from the places I go. For over 5 years now, I have decided to focus on creating beautiful and memorable images for couples, families, friends, or single travelers visiting my beloved city!
Taking pictures, is not only about the beauty of the picture itself, but also the whole process and experience that lead to it. Feeling how people interact with each other and their surroundings. Or just with themselves. Meeting people from all kind of backgrounds and from all over the world feel at ease to create magical pictures that will be cherished for a lifetime!
When I am not doing photography, I like brewing coffee at home. Self-proclaimed coffee snob, I can make a delicious coffee with a manual lever espresso machine. I also enjoy meditating. Reading books. My favorite thing to do in Paris is wandering around with my life & crime partner, looking for the best pastries (which is a never-ending story in Paris). Or just sipping a coffee or a glass of red wine with good friends. Simple things. I like croissant, but I love chocolate bread (ask me where to get
the best one)!