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"I was born and raised in Brazil, from a French family. I feel lucky to have experienced such a beautiful country with a very rich culture as I grew up.
I started my photography studies in 2000, in Paris, and graduated in Advertising in my hometown of Belo Horizonte. In 2014 I decided to move back to my origins to work exclusively with photography.
Working with TripShooter is joining the three most fascinating things to me: people, photography and Paris.
It is a huge privilege to share my art and passion for this city with the wonderful couples that hire me. I get great satisfaction from showing them around Paris and seeing them so happy with the results of our photography sessions."
Christian speaks English, Portuguese and French.
Where are some of your favourite places to shoot in Paris?
I just love take the couples to walk around in the smalls and charming streets of Saint-Germain-de-Prés. The Seine's quay behind Île-de-la-Cité has the most amazing view to the Notre-Dame church, so romantic. And the last but not the least the Bir-Harkeim bridge, always a nice spot to shoot at the sunset
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