Laure Baraton was born in 1971 in the West suburb of Paris. Laure studied in the fields of science and currently works in the world of Finance. Laure's hobbies and interests are varied. As a young girl, she was yet attracted in the world of Art when she drew often. Her artistic mother has always been her main inspiration and, over the years, she developed a passion for cinema and photography. She got her first camera at age 10 and became seriously interested in photography around age 25. Her ability to capture emotion through photography while "life" happens around her is wonderful. She just loves taking and capturing the essence of a subject.
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