The moment of portraiture is vulnerable and precious. Powerful women often feel their beauty and diversity isn’t reflected in mainstream personal branding photography. The moment when the camera clicks can feel like being caught and judged. As both a woman and an artist, I strive to create an experience where you feel elevated and respected.
During our first consultation, my job is to listen - to your vision, needs and concerns. The portrait sessions become a safe space where you are received and empowered in the midst of your journey. With my analogue camera, I am able to translate your authenticity and strength with the gentle grace the medium offers.
Whether it’s for professional or personal needs, my focus is to support you to feel seen and cared for by celebrating your unique essence and your individual power.
Analogue package: € 570 – includes initial consultation and 2 analogue prints
Digital packages are also available starting from € 390
For booking or any further questions, please get in touch.
“I feel like I have been seen and recognized 100%. How wonderful!”
“I would recommend Ines to anyone who is looking for that special portrait. After explaining to her what I would like my portrait to convey, she immediately understood and intuitively made me feel very comfortable. The finished portrait was exactly what I needed for my new website. I had a wonderful experience with Ines.”
"Working with Ines has been an inspiring and wonderful experience. She has a unique eye and her approach is always caring and respectful. Ines has a deep understanding of photography and with ease and humour she captures the soul of a person."
“How beautiful I am in her eyes! I had the feeling that she was being guided by the camera. The place we arrived at suited the three of us -- me, her and the camera. Later, in the pictures, I rediscovered myself through Ines' subjective lens.”
“With a photography technique that is intuitive, natural, and unique, Ines uses her experience to capture the essence of a woman's strength, emotions and personality to make a portrait the woman can be proud of.”