Silence I lived in

I started the Heavy Silence photo series in November 2015 during a trip to London, after a year without touching the camera. The year before, I had to go back to a full-time job as an employee after a five-year break working as an independent photographer and marketing consultant.

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Art Nouveau and the 19th century explorers

I have always been fascinated by exploration stories. I remember my History classes on Egypt and the Pharaohs when I was 10. As books did at that time, I was totally absorbed by such incredible discoveries about these ancient people that erected beauty as a state ornament.

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All cats are grey in the dark

I love the night. Night is not about darkness, on the contrary, it is about light and about contrasts. The lights in the city shine as if they were stars. This otherworldy atmosphere is proper to dreams.

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Storytelling for a better living

A storyteller is how I like to define myself. Recently I discovered the word storylogue. I could not imagine such a word existed until I got to know Robert McKee.

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The impact of the Eiffel Tower on Art

Chanel has just paid a tribute to the Belle Epoque by replicating the Eiffel Tower in Le Grand Palais, two of the most emblematic Art Nouveau buildings of Paris, to ornament its Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2017-18 collection.

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Experiencing with wet collodion

These past two years I have been working on a new photography project. It features pictures of Belle Epoque buildings. Being in such places was really moving for me. Some were transmitting very good vibrations.

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The aesthetics of shadows

I love Japanese culture. Its influence on the Arts & Crafts as well as on the Art Nouveau movements is now well established. I recently read the book "In Praise of Shadows" from Japanese writer Junichiro Tanizaki born in 1886.

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