About me

The photographer behind the camera 


Alexis Breugelmans

Alexis Breugelmans is a high end fashion, portrait and commercial photographer based between Antwerp, Belgium and Paris.

With his images he wants to tell a story.

He never just takes a photograph.

He creates an image.

Before he photographs a subject, he first wants to know more about his subject. He wants to build a connection between him and his subject to create a strong image.

Over the years, he has created his own unique style of photography through the use of artificial light and is known for his big productions, his excellent eye for detail and his knowledge to photograph his subject at their best.

Along side his high end fashion photography he also photographed Lady Gaga, Naomi Campbell, Kendal Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Kaia Gerber, Karlie Kloss, Romee Strijd, Laïs Ribeiro, Cara Delvigne, Zendaya, Chiara Ferragni, Celine Dion, Cardi B, Neymar, Edward Enninful, Emma Roberts, Carine Roitfeld, Cardi B, Olivera Palermo, Bruna Marquezine, Camila Coelho, Victoria Lopyreva to name few.

During the Fashion Weeks he photographs backstage, runway and street style.

He has covered shows such as Off-White, Azzaro, Nicolas Jebran, Georges Chakra, Anton Belinskiy, Shiatzy Chen, Heaven Gaia, Manish Arora, Y-VISION x Jessie & Jane, Antonio Grimaldi, Adeline Ziliox, Antonio Ortega and more.

Worked with PRADA , Zadig & Voltaire, BMW, G-STAR RAW, Karel de Grote Hogeschool, McDonald’s, W Korea, Tutu Chic by Freya Poppe, Check Point Mol, Tiffany’s Paris Fashion Week, Sint Lucas Antwerpen, Universiteit Antwerpen and more.

He studied photography and video for 7 years at the Kunsthumaniora in Hasselt and Karel de Grote University College - Sint Lucas in Antwerp.

Audio Visual Formation, Pikoh, Hasselt (BE)

Bachelor Photography, Karel de Grote University College, Antwerp (BE)


- Robin Joris Dullers

- Filip Van Roe

Contact info

E-mail: info@alexisbreugelmans.com

GSM: +32478134931

Follow me on social media

Instagram: instagram.com/alexisbreugelmansphoto



The important thing is not the camera but the eye.
— Alfred Eisenstaed