When all the good San Francisco wedding photographers are taken, I’m your #1 guy.

(Just kidding. I’m always your #1 guy.)

San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge bride and Groom

I capture weddings, without invading them.

Hello, my name is Loïc, I am a San Francisco Wedding Photographer.

The best moments of your wedding aren’t staged; they happen naturally, and they like to hide. You need a photographer who can blend in the background, and then pounce like a ninja to get you that shot.

What I do:

  • Capture what is happening organically, those little moments you are missing.

  • Jump in to direct you, just from time to time, when a good photo op presents itself.

  • Create timeless pictures you’ll be happy to show your children, and their children one day.

  • Work alone as much as possible, and only use flash at very low settings when absolutely necessary.

What I don't do:

  • Make you miss 2 hours of your wedding day to produce pictures that you’ll never look at.

  • Take pictures that are forced, out of character, that don’t feel like you. Use filters and gizmos that will be out of fashion 2 years from now.

  • Intrude on your wedding with all kinds of assistants and equipment.

My promise to you:

You will look better than your sister.

Getting ready

I concentrate on the ladies, because, let’s face it, I am French. Photos start 30-60 minutes before you’re ready to walk out, so plenty of time for those dress & shoe shots, plus lots of candids of you and your entourage. Boys, I haven’t forgotten you. I just need less time with you.


This is when I turn the ninja stealth to high: I don’t use flash, I don’t get in the way, I do my best to merge into the background without missing the key shots.


This is typically the only one-on-one time I will get with you all day. Try to carve out 15 – 30 minutes with me in the last 2 hours before sunset.
Tip: if sunset is during dinner, let’s escape for 5 minutes between 2 courses.


In all the hustle, bustle, booze and best wishes of a reception, keep me for the first 30-45 minutes of dancing. After that, you’ll score great blackmail material—but usually not great pictures.
Tip: try not to cram your reception venue, and make sure the background behind you is visually pleasing (no bussing station please).

But don’t just take it from me.

Check out these gushing comments from
obviously intoxicated & bribed past clients.


Photo coverage with files:
Weekdays from $1,000,
Weekends from $3,600.

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