My first title was No woman's land with the bio: I left my homeland ten years ago. I am too English to be French and now too French to be English, I live somewhere in between.

" I started following blip a while ago, a school friend of mine blips, so in a manner very voyeuristic I followed her life Read more...

My first title was No woman's land with the bio: I left my homeland ten years ago. I am too English to be French and now too French to be English, I live somewhere in between.

" I started following blip a while ago, a school friend of mine blips, so in a manner very voyeuristic I followed her life. Blipland and blippers appeared to be everything that I am not; defiant and unashamed, confident in their photography. It took me a while to succumb. I am not very good at writing, words are not really my friends. I lack the eloquence to encapsulate my day in a few short witty phrases"

I still feel very English but I no longer want to be more French. I am creating my own space.

This woman's land

The new title hopes in some way to convey the massif duality I am living. The weekdays on a building site in the joy of our new project and the weekends in 5*hotels shooting some fabulous weddings and some terrific venues.

'arf 'n 'arf.

In between the seconds,  for what what we can't control...

I am currently opening a studio space at home. I am a full time wedding photographer with big portrait ambitions.

Lots of other snaps here www.derevycka.com if you want to take a look