It's been a few years now that I've been living in Paris. It's been months that I've been undressing my friends, their friends and complete strangers I meet in the streets of Paris, in front of my camera. I photograph young parisian women nude and always at their home, in their own intimate surroundings. Being a foreigner, I use my work as a means to approach and better undertstand these women, who I first found to be quite different. Having nothing on to cover their bodies, my models seem to envelope themselves in their souls. It is this magic moment I am trying to capture in my lense. Feminity, mystery and poetry are what I am looking for, with the help of my camera, in this pragmatic contemporary world.
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