Christophe Viseux

Originally from France, I have recently relocated to Canada after living in New York, Honolulu, Paris, Dubai, and I am enjoying every moment! As an avid traveler and outdoor enthusiast, Canada is a prime location for the lifestyle that I love. Wedding photography has been a way of life for the past 12 years. I feel so grateful to continuously meet incredible people and explore unique locations. The energy of weddings is addictive and inspiring!


Lightroom / Natural Light / Off Camera Flash / Photojournalism / Photoshop


What inspired you to become a wedding photographer?

As far as I can remember, I have always been attracted to visual storytelling. My love for photography started in my early 20’s during my travels around the world. I was finding the camera to be the perfect tool to keep a curious mind and to engage with people along the way. Naturally, a few years later, I ventured into wedding photography, because it allowed me to discover traditions and symbolisms, while capturing moments of emotional significance for our couples.

How would you describe your photography style?

I would define my style as documentary wedding photography with elegant portraiture. My goal is to create a narrative through the photos by taking advantage of unscripted, unobtrusive and unposed moments. It is created from spontaneous human interactions.

How do you ensure that your clients feel comfortable and relaxed during the photo shoot?

Candid wedding photography comes from the unique interactions between the couple and their guests and capturing the day as it unfolds. As a photographer, I believe we should have minimum interference through the day, leaving authentic and heartfelt moments take place genuinely. We will of course give some directions during the portrait session, while keeping it relaxed and natural.

How do you ensure that you capture all of the important moments on the wedding day?

Communication with the couple, thorough planning, and being attentive and adaptable are key to ensuring you capture all the significant moments on a wedding day.

What is your favorite part of the wedding day and why?

While all sequences of the wedding day are important for the storytelling, I do enjoy covering the first dance. The first dance holds significance because it symbolizes the union, love, and commitment of the couple while providing and intimate, emotional, and memorable moment for everyone involved in the wedding celebration.

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