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stephan & bonnie photographers in Bora Bora

Planning a trip to bora bora? We would love to hear from you!

We are a couple who love to travel, visit friends & family whether they are in the US or Hong Kong or elsewhere, tying photography work with travel is always a wonderful experience.

We are passionate about people; we love what we do and are incredibly lucky to meet so many interesting people from around the world during their visit in Bora Bora. We are passionate about our work and connecting with our worldwide clientele is a priceless experience.

As of recently, we have expanded our reach back to the U.S., doing wedding photography. We are fortunate to be able to do work both in Bora Bora which we call home but also in the U.S.

We love shooting in the water, the stunning Bora Bora Lagoon makes for a prime opportunity to capture mind-blowing images!   Thus it was logical for us to create a full day photography lagoon tour.  Bora Bora is no place to be rushing, having a full day tour with our clients is always a magical experience.

Our focus is not only through the lens, but also for you to have a fantastic experience and of course to deliver quality images.

Bonnie

Bonnie

Bonnie is native from Hong Kong with a background in commercial and private jet aviation and speaks English, Mandarin & Cantonese.  She has traveled extensively through out the world before settling in Bora Bora with Stephan in 2016.  She has a awesome laid back personality with a great eye for details, she loves coaching our couples through poses and scenes.  She has a good eye for photography and is Stephan’s second shooter during wedding ceremonies.  Shooting with a long lens allows her to capture candid expressions from a distance.

 

Stephan

Stephan

Stephan is a dual citizen of France and the US where he spent most of his life. Following his father’s foot steps, Stephan spent much time in Darkrooms at a younger age and took on photography full time in 2012 while getting established in Bora Bora having been awarded a contract for a Japanese company.  Today he could not be happier to be pursuing his passion while working with his soul-mate, wife today!