French photographer, after scientific studies, he embraces photography to explore the sensitive side of things and understand the vernacular environment.Travel addict fascinated by modernism, his solitary wanderings capture the silent and solar vision of the fortuitous scenes in the various cities that he “encounters”, in which humanpresence does not manifest frontally. Despite an almost geometrical and sometimes strict photo composition, there is nothing artificial or cold in his approach. He collaborates with renowned institutions who trust his artistic eye and talent such as the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris or the Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent Foundation for whom he shoots the billboards and all the commercial images and catalogue for the launch of it’s inaugural exhibition in Paris: “Yves Saint Laurent dialogue avec l’Art”. Nomadic reporter, he is featured in numerous outstanding publications such as AD, Connaissance des Arts, The Good Life, Air France Magazine, Liberation, Revue Caméra. His vintage inspired interpretation of Los Angeles is selected and published as the firstPortraits de Villes by Be-Poles, first of a trendy collection who counts today more than 40 artists such as Massimo Vitali, India Madhavi, Harry Gruyaert. In 2016 his second book named after the iconic John Ford Point in Monument Valley is published by Filigranes.
Auteur, Ecrivain, Journaliste
An inventory of arctic glaciers
Letizia Le Fur
Notices de la Corse