William Guilmain is a thirty-four-year-old photographer based in Montepellier, as well as a biologist. The recurrent themes in his work explore the place of human beings in nature as well the connections, however distant or close, between the two. He is currently showing two series of photographs, titled Cosmos and The Edges of the World, grouped under the collective heading Par-delà l’horizon.
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