My approach is a staged photography work where the characters evolve in situations crossing the limits of the ordinary. Every photograph is a suspended moment: “The floating moment”. It’s a time lapse before “the decisive moment” as described by Henri Cartier-Bresson, generating pressure and mystery in the picture. Will the characters meet thanks to an unknown force (le jeu du […]
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