Meet JuliaMeet Julia

Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, Julia Willard had lived in many cities in the U.S. before moving to Paris in 2006 to pursue several loves. Her adoration for the French way of life only deepened, and after completing her MBA program in Paris, she remained in the City of Love and Light. After a few years there, she moved to Amsterdam for a new adventure, where she again fell in love with a way of life, the Dutch attitude toward life, and her new city. Through her attraction to color, light, movement, and all things beautiful, she continued to capture yet another city that had become a true home to her.

Now, she’s settled back in Paris with her Frenchie with a twist (read the blog to understand this!), still enjoying the everyday discoveries inherent of life in Paris while navigating life as a citizen of the world. She believes in always questioning why things are the way they are and strives to bring a bit more light to the world through her photography, encouragement to travel and immerse in other cultures, and letting your hair blow in the wind à vélo. 🚲

Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, Julia Willard had lived in many cities in the U.S. before moving to Paris in 2006 to pursue several loves. Her adoration for the French way of life only deepened, and after completing her MBA program in Paris, she remained in the City of Love and Light. After a few years there, she moved to Amsterdam for a new adventure, where she again fell in love with a way of life, the Dutch attitude toward life, and her new city. Through her attraction to color, light, movement, and all things beautiful, she continued to capture yet another city that had become a true home to her.

Now, she’s settled back in Paris with her Frenchie with a twist (read the blog to understand this!), still enjoying the everyday discoveries inherent of life in Paris while navigating life as a citizen of the world. She believes in always questioning why things are the way they are and strives to bring a bit more light to the world through her photography, encouragement to travel and immerse in other cultures, and letting your hair blow in the wind à vélo. 🚲