Born in 1968, Eric Pillot lives and works in Paris. He discovered photography after his scientific studies at the Ecole Polytechnique and working several years as an engineer. He received his training in photography following workshops including some with Bernard Plossu, Paul den Hollander, and Jean-Claude Bélégou. In 2004 he made his first series on animals, photographing polar bears underwater....
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