Photos are artifacts of humanity/history…it is hard to determine why it is important to the world given this age of such fast moving technology... It might not matter to the world. Many don’t even print out their photos… How I would like it matter to the world is simple. Showing people who wouldn’t otherwise see themselves in such a light and being able open up another world to them, in my opinion, is what matters.

About Margaux

There's an honesty and curiosity to how I try to view the world, and most importantly, the people in it. I catalogue the setting, atmosphere, and ambience of the nature surrounding a moment, as well as identifying the emotion of the scene to capture everything that the moment was...


In my work I don't want to let you forget a thing. I hope that when you see my pictures, you can all relate to that indescribable moment, and feel closer to each other somehow, because those feelings are common to us all without barriers.


As luck should have it, the awe-inspiring Pacific Northwest is home to me. Yet, I have been fortunate enough to travel the world and, in turn, gather inspiration even beyond what my breathtaking daily surroundings provides me with.


I've traveled many miles and met many people and I'm always ready to spontaneously hop in the car and take off on a road trip! I don’t care if we are headed to Timbuktu or Antarctica, I’m always up for a new adventure. I love seeing new trends develop, and I will jump at any excuse to dress up, and wine and dine with my lover and our friends.  Also, if you have a dog, (or any animal for that matter…) we will never have a shortage of things to talk about.


Thank you for taking the time to view my work! I can’t wait to hear from you. 


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Complete wedding photography packages in the US begin at $3500

For packages abroad, please contact Margaux for a quote.

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At times the images are overexposed; other times they are full of depth…the goal is to eliminate minute flaws and bring out color and context. So I feel people connect with the whole image rather than the detail; I feel because of this it draws in people to my subject on a personal level…there is a connection between my camera and what’s happening.