David Ledoux grew up on the banks of Lake Geneva. Originally trained in painting at the Sydney College of the Arts, he turned towards photography and developed a highly graphic and personal style based in technical experimentation. As Ledoux traveled Australia, Africa, South America and Europe as a photojournalist, his work became more humanist and focused on people.
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