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HELLO MY NAME IS CELINA!

and here is my story...

I am a designer/photographer/social media guru [clearly I wear many hats] Basically I am a working mom of two, to Mister M and Miss E and wife to my loving husband. I’m half British and half Moroccan, I’ve been living in Montreal Quebec since the age of 5, I like to call Paris my second home and I dream of living in New York one day. This might explain my eclectic tastes from vintage to modern, from quirky to classic. Let's be honest, as I grow older my dreams of living in New York are slowly shifting and I dream more and more of living by the sea.

Things you might not know about me: 

I can’t live without my morning coffee.

I love colours although I wear mainly shades of black or ANYTHING WITH Blue & white Stripes.

I hate to cook unless it’s sushi for 20 or more. 

I DREAMT OF BECOMING A CHOREOGRAPHER BUT OPTED TO STUDY SCIENCES INSTEAD.

I WISH I LIVED IN THE 30's or late 50's/60's.

I love anything Vintage.   

Can you believe I don’t brush my hair everyday or wear make-up!

Oh and I hate winter... I too wonder why I live in winter wonderland! 

Finally, I am professional daydreamer.

When I am not designing, creating, blogging, pinning, teaching classes on social media & iphoneography or creating photos, videos and online content for clients, you can find me taking photos and videos of my family. Since I discovered the world of Documentary Family Photography and Family Photojournalism 4 years ago, my camera never leaves my side and find myself capturing the little moments, the fleeting ones that I never want to forget. You can find me every week over at the Sham Of The Perfect and occasionally on The Luminance Project. I've become slightly obsessed with social media, you can see some of my photos on a daily basis on Instagram. I happen to be a visual addict and you can find me creating moodboards on Least Little Things, just for fun and pinning my inspiration and dreams away on Pinterest

 
The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.
— Eleanor Roosevelt