True jack-of-all-trades, slightly hyperactive perhaps, endowed with an insatiable curiosity, I have an all-consuming passion for books, history, travels, explorations, cognitive development and languages. I'm Bilingual in English and French, fluent in Italian and Spanish, having learned Sign language, Swedish and Chinese.
As a kid, I wanted to be a genealogist and/or image reporter. I was told that the first was not a real job, and for the second, that there were only a handful of them and that I would not succeed.
So I kept these activities as passions, joining courses, clubs, competitions, and associations, and I became a speech therapist and animal mediation therapist specializing in autism spectrum disorders and high potential. After a few years of exercise in France and in China, I decided to go back to school, attended a history degree, and obtained a diploma in probate and family genealogy.
When I was asked to photoshoot my first wedding, it was an epiphany. I wanted to spend my life reporting on happiness, creating ageless memories to add to their family history, for loving and lovely couples. I left my job as SLP, and became a full-time wedding & family photojournalist.
As a lifestyle wedding photojournalist, I love to capture stolen moments, complicity, emotions, happiness, and people just being themselves doing what they do best: be human.
I can't wait to capture your memories on your wedding day!
6 Diamond Awards for Engagement Portraits
2 Awards from the Artistic Guild of Wedding Photojournalists
Wedding Elopement Multiple Picture Galleries (1)
Marion Deletraz chronicles small weddings and elopements from beginning to end. In this sense, it is no different from any other wedding day. The emphasis is on documenting key moments, capturing spontaneous displays of emotion, and telling the real story behind the elopement day. Below are wedding elopement story awards for Marion Deletraz.