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Memorable moments in Shinjo village

My last stop in Japan was in Okayama Prefecture. I must say, my stay there was perhaps my favourite part of the trip. I met Noriko Kondo, the founder of Hinoki Lab company in Nice, France, back in June at the World Perfumery Congress I attended as a perfumery student.

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Tao Dance Theater, the very essence of life

Hypnotic dance. The energy of the Earth traversing the body with legs being completely rooted to the ground, like waves passing through in harmonious undulations. Play of lights. Showing without revealing. Feeling an energetic intimacy. Pure beauty without artifice. The very essence of life. 

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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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The ephemeral nature of life

Ukiyo-e, which means “pictures of the floating worlds”, are Japanese traditional prints. These artworks depict the ephemeral, changing and fragile nature of life.

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Tolerance as seen in nature

I worked on A Question of Perspective photo series between Barcelona, Paris and my home village Valliguières in the South of France. The sky captivated me a lot during that period.

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Underworld, a photo series and a scent

The metro of Barcelona initially inspired the Underworld photo series. As a matter of coincidence, I learned about Plato’s Allegory of the Cave in a storytelling workshop I attended while I was in Barcelona. This passage spoke directly to me since the ideas here were reflected on the story I was working on.

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