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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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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The vertigo of change

I have always had a quite complicated relationship with reality. This has greatly conditioned the way I photograph. As Italian theoretical physicist and author Carlo Rovelli once said, “Each sight on the world is always from a singular perspective. Our experience of the world comes from within.” 

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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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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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