About Me

My name is Ben Ricard and I am somewhat of a particular blogger because of my wide range of unrelated interests. Currently, I live in Cannes, France but originally I am from the Greater Los Angeles area inland from Malibu (born & raised in Westlake Village). I moved to France to play basketball (after 4 years of NCAA basketball at Chapman University) and to pursue a Master’s of Science in Marketing. So, in short, I am a business student working as a basketball player with a passion in film and photography. I will be the first to tell you that there aren’t many people out there like me. But, if you are like me, you will certainly find my blog interesting!

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  1. Hi, could I use your wonderful photo from Nice in our catalogue (I work in a travel agency in Denmark)? Please advise.
    Very best regards
    Inge Jensen

    • Hello thank you for your comment and your nice words! Yes, I give you permission to use my photo but you must give credit to “Ben Ricard Photography” in order to use it.

      Do you think you can send me a link of your tourism website?

      Thank you!

  2. Super! Thank you so much. The photo will first of all be printed in our catalogue, I can send the final lay out in a couple of weeks, and I will give credit to you. It’s a little more tricky on our web-page (www.gislev-rejser.dk), but I’ll find a way in case I decide to use it there too (which I would very much like). I’ll revert. 🙂
    Kind regards

  3. Hi Ben, please give me your e-mail, I will send you the two pages from the catalogue which are now ready. The web will soon be updated. 🙂

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