documentary photographer

This was 2018 • documentary family photographer in Maryland

It seems 2018 is already behind but I just wanted to take a moment to look back and enjoy all the little things I captured for you. The world is in a tough place but 2018 filled my lens with lots of meaningful family moments (and meaningful was my word for 2018!) so MERCI for trusting me and my vision. You will find some of my favorite images in the video below, most of them were taken at-home and around. You showed me the places you loved and I am grateful I was able to freeze time for you and show you in pictures the great work you are doing as a parent.

There are things coming up for 2019, and the one I am particularly excited about is to partner with One Tree Planted. As I embarked my family on a zero waste lifestyle in 2018, my business needed a greener facelift too. It means that with every products you purchase, a tree will be planted! I will keep you posted throughout the year. LET’S PLANT A FOREST!

2018 was my busiest year so far. Thanks for supporting a small business, a woman, a mom. It really makes a difference in my life, for my family and in my community. So from the bottom of my heart, MERCI. I am looking forward to seeing what 2019 has in store.

Cheers 2018 and Hooray for another year 2019 looking forward to working with former and new clients!




Here are some photos of my personal family life in 2018. I feel like I take less and less everyday pictures except when we are in France or in vacation but this is one of my goal for 2019: more extraordinary pictures of our ordinary :-)


I have a documentary approach for photographing families so they can just slow down and enjoy the simple moment of being together. If you would like to see more of my recent family photography, head over to my Instagram account. I love to document the love (and tears) that go into family life, or managing a small business or a sweet reunion. Subscribe to my newsletter, I would love to have you there. xx

She turned 7 • Personal ongoing project

This year again, I took "One Picture A Day" for the whole month of February to celebrate my daughter turning 7 (on the 23rd). You can look at the one from last year here

Then I order a softcover photo-book and I love to see my little collection growing. My kids too are growing and it's nice to see the faces and the arms + legs lengthen and their personalities flourish. It is a little bittersweet at the same time as the chubby cheeks and clumsy hands vanished slowly. But I am glad to catch my kids everyday for a month in their daily activities from dawn to night. 


Juliette Fradin uses a documentary approach for photographing families so they can just *be* in the moment and enjoy the simple moment of being together. If you would like to see more of her recent family photography, head over to her Instagram account. She loves to document the love (and tears) that go into family life, managing a small business or a sweet reunion. 
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