Young French photographer Anne-Constance Frénoy started out as a dancer and model after having studied theatre, history of art and literature, before she moved over to photography as an autodidact since 2008. Her main sources of inspiration is art, music, 70′s aesthetics, love, nature, light and of course the female body curves. “I love the surprising light games on a female body and the magic atmosphere it gives to a picture,” she says. Anne-Constance is based in Paris, and her work has been featured in Mirage Magazine, as well as exhibitions. At the moment she is working on a diary...
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