By choosing to put Mike in the light, some personal guidance was provided to allow him to explore his creativity through poetic scenes, remote from the real world. This series of photographs calls for the encounter with the Other and the exploration of his thoughts as well as an immersion in vaporous and equivocal atmospheres exacerbated by chiaroscuro. Mike was part of the world of the invisible, turning the light to him in a series of intimate portraits proved a challenge to tame his indocile character and allow him to overcome his shyness. Inspired by the moonlight, he used to...
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