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AD Magazine Humbert & Poyet
Gotica is a series of gritty portraits made in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter.
Arles 2021 : Experience photogrametry with Dimitri Daniloff through an exhibition and a workshop
The exhibition "Incarnations" presents the work of Dimitri Daniloff who, with photographic means, fabricate virtual ecologies, avatars-portraits, hybrid bodies, embodied stories.
In-camera tricks to create surreal imagery - It's Nice that !
The results are often deceptively simple, leaving the audience wondering about the secret techniques at play.
Jenn for Duel Magazine
Marguerite Bornhauser - Stéphanie Brissay - Anne Chu Ba
We produced the Formula 1 project with talented Marguerite Bornhauser for Tag Heuer
« CHARACTERS », a photographic series with the will of going beyond the appearance. Charlotte looks towards women with strong personalities, different ways of being, moving, or using their own body, wether they are or not yet revealed.
Long day, short night
"Springtime was in full bloom and my first few days were spent in quarantine…. I had time to look around the house and see the light as it moved from one room to another..."
Albatros for Louis Vuitton
Proud to present Albatros, a special project published in the Louis Vuitton Magazine for the Men’s Collection FW21 by Virgil Abloh.
Sunny Ringle was invited to photograph beauties inspired by the emblematic creations of Yves Saint Laurent, a collection of perfumes that interprets the couturier's wardrobe.
Worlds here displayed, imaginary architectures Between elementary volumes and pure color Occasionally deceptive, often playful Crossings Free for you to wander
Paul & Henriette
Mini - Chloé parfums
Anne Imhoff for T Magazine
Aurelien Chauvaud got commissioned by the New York Times T magazine to photograph the German contemporary artist Anne Imhof who has transformed the sprawling interior of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris into an eerie meditation on mortality.