Sadeghi and Millecamps wed
Aspen, CO Colorado
Dr. Patricia Hill and Mr. Nasser Sadeghi of Aspen announce the marriage of their daughter, Sabrina Darya Sadeghi, to Sebastien Gonzague Millecamps of Paris.
Sebastien is the son of Veronique and Jean-Claude Millecamps of Lesigny and of Ile d’Yeu, France. The couple met in Bali at the top of a volcano at sunrise on Aug. 1, 2003, and they were married at the top of Aspen Mountain at sunset on Aug. 1, 2009. A reception with dinner, dancing and fireworks followed the ceremony, which was conducted by Robert Lester, a Native American shaman from Seattle. A “Wild West” barbecue party was held at the Sadeghi home in Meadowood on the evening before the wedding, and a Native American pipe ceremony was performed by Mr. Lester the following day after the wedding brunch at the Pine Creek Cookhouse. Guests traveled to the wedding from all over the world, including Reunion Island off the coast of Africa, where the groom has lived and still consults to the government.
The newlyweds traveled to Big Sur, Calif., for their honeymoon, rented a house overlooking the Pacific and attended a yoga retreat at Esalen Institute. They are currently living in the Montmartre section of Paris but are looking for a second home in Provence.
Sebastien is a graduate of the University of Paris in communications, and he studied acting at the National Conservatory of France. He owns his own business consulting firm, Les Pieds sur Terre, and is currently writing a book on self image for success.
Sabrina attended Aspen schools and graduated from Colorado Rocky Mountain School. She received a double bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in international relations and the comparative history of ideas, then earned a master’s degree in intercultural service, leadership and management from the School for International Training. Sabrina currently works at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris in public relations and intercultural affairs. She has worked for the Aspen Institute and a number of other international organizations. In addition, Sabrina is a certified yoga instructor.
From 1994 to 1998, Sabrina was a member of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team, and she was the reigning World Cup champion in freestyle snowboarding for several years in addition to winning many other medals and competitions.
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