Michel Birot was born in Aurillac, France. After studying in Toulouse, he joined the photo lab at the Agence Delpire in Paris in 1975, working with some of the country’s biggest magazines. Throughout his career in fashion and advertising photography, he stayed true to his civil libertarian principles in the tradition of la nouvelle photographie.
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