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Having grown up in a North London house surrounded by the work of her illustrator Dad and print designer student Mum, it was inevitable that Rosanna Webster would move towards a creative career. Experimenting with combinations of collage, photography and film, she has created instantly recognisable aesthetic for herself which has made her work highly desirable to brands, publishers and lovers alike.
Finke lives in Brooklyn and is passionate about travel, tattoos, barbecue, and biking. Brian Finke's visual cultural commentary focuses on authenticity and the absurdity of everyday life and the range of human behavior. A stylized documentarian and trained photojournalist, Finke’s honesty and intimacy when capturing subjects strikes at the core of contemporary life.
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Through multiple exposures on film or a digital camera, her photographs play with patterns, geometry, and silhouettes. She has been shown in multiple exhibitions in the US and France, and was nominated for the Prix Découvertes at les Rencontres d‘Arles 2012 and Foam Talent in 2014. She is represented by the Galerie Christophe Gaillard where she had a solo exhibition and presentation at Paris Photo in 2021.
Nick & Chloé
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Franco-Irish duo composed of an artistic director and a photographer, initially noticed for bringing a unique vision to the kids and adolescents photography, Nick and Chloé then explored the strangeness of an adult world and there mix a prolific imagination.
Christian Kleemann, set designer and prop stylist, has an innovative talent for balancing the knowledge of art with the complex demands of advertising and media. He can make things shine. His sharp intellect is refined through studied and practiced skills, making him a master of the still-life - daringly modernized, elegantly stylized.
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After studying litterature at the Sorbonne, Marguerite Bornhauser joined the National School of Photography in Arles (ENSP), from which she graduated in 2015. Her work has been the subject of various exhibitions, notably at the European House of Photography (MEP) in Paris in 2019 but also in the streets of Cincinnati in the United States, at Les Rencontres de la Photographie d'Arles in 2019, during the Festival Planche(s) Contact in Deauville or at BETC, with Agnès B and with her gallery Carlos Carvallho Arte Conteporanea.
She has already published four books; the Editions La Martinière with the collection “Percevoir” under the direction of Simon Baker in 2021 gives her the floor to talk about perception through colors and forms. She is about to publish her fifth opus “When Black is burned” with Simple Editions.
Marguerite Bornhauser won the Emerging Photographer of the Year Award 2020 at Photo London in partnership with Nikon Northern Europe. Besides her artistic practice, she regularly collaborates with press and brands for portrait and fashion photography.
In 2021, The Grand Palais gives her Carte Blanche to follow the renovation of the site during four years, which will give rise to a publication as well as an exhibition.
Marguerite Bornhauser most often accompanies her photographic research with editorial work.
The agence FMA le Bureau represents Marguerite in fashion, luxury, Cartes Blanches ans special projects for brands.
Charlotte Navio spent her youth in the south of France, studied plastic arts in Aix-en-provence and joined Gobelins image school in Paris in 2012. She started as a teenager by photographing her loved ones in the south and she developed a love for sunlight, natural and raw decor. Her work naturally evolved towards the world of fashion and beauty, where she can mix spontaneity and dynamism through her images.
Paul et Henriette
Paul & Henriette met at the the National school ENSP in Arles where they studied photography. In their studio, created in Paris in 2012, they imagine photographs, books, installations. Adepts of minimalism, shapes and colors, they constantly try, in compositions of an apparent simplicity to hatch a mixed sense of strangeness, game and a vibrant sensuality.
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Dimitri first studied science and technology. The word “technography” comes to the mind as you stand captivated by his research of extreme. He calls upon attention, bodies and technology to display his specific vision of the very mutation of Human kind.
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Spending his time between New York and Beijing, Quentin Shih represents new school Asian photography. His elegant photographic style has conquered Asian fashion magazines, and he offers a form of Chinese “rigor” to international luxury houses, which he introduces to the archetypes of a national aesthetic tinted with State-enforced formality. In particular, the Dior fashion house has already collaborated with this talented artist, in keeping with its campaign to promote contemporary Chinese artists.
Caroline Grimprel graduated as an art director from the Parisian art school Penninghen in 2016. She spent more than 3 years at BETC where she produced creative concepts for clients such as Canal+, Palais de Tokyo, Galerie Perrotin...
If the plastic photo reportage exists, the Franco-English Aurélien Chauvaud is surely one of those who know to honor it. When the social and human context specific to each subject is at the heart of the image, an interest in places and people is revealed through a strong aesthetic proposition.
Around the age of 20, she studied photography at EFET (Paris XII). Major of her class, she was hired at Studio Zero. After having studied with photographers like Patrick Demarchelier, Craig Mac Dean, Vincent Peters and Sofia & Mauro, Sunny launched herself in 2014 in order to freely express her creativity.
Originally from Marseille, 30 year old Bastien Internicola started his career as a Director of Photography, working in Fashion and Beauty videos for clients such as Printemps, Givenchy, Tommy Hilfiger as well as Mixte Magazine for whom he directed video series for Gucci or SKP Beijing.
PIERRE+MATHIAS , Pierre Boissel and Mathias Ponard , are a duo of young talented directors.
Today an advisor to fashion houses, Franck Benhamou is also fashion editor-in-chief at large of Mixte and the Chinese magazine SKP. He supports brands including Chanel Beauté, Hermès, Cartier, Karl Lagerfeld, Harper's Bazar UK magazines, Vogue China and the Condenast group.
Anne Chu Ba
Whether it be with a more understated approach to subtly emphasise jewellery, or dedicated to larger-scale projects (including play with shapes and matter), Anne Chu Ba always brings in her personal, expert touch. Painstakingly meticulous when practising the art of collage, amazingly capable of giving the most mundane of materials a whole new sense of direction, Anne Chu Ba is really much more than just a fantastic set designer: she’s really a “transformer”.
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Film maker and photographer Ryan Hopkinson works across disciplines with a refined aesthetic that plays to the sensibility of advertising and luxury image making. A collision of art and commerce, his projects marry highly conceptual art direction with precise styling and a polished eye for cinematic detail to create mesmerising and fascinating worlds for viewers to explore.
After studying theater and scenography, Mari David began her fashion design training at Atelier Chardon Savard in Paris and made her first classes with Catherine Baba. She pursued her apprenticeship at the Paris office of Vogue Italy while assisting Sara Maino and Giovanna Battaglia consecutively for several years.
Over the past 25 years, Laziz Hamani has collaborated with the most distinguished luxury brands and fashion houses, including Cartier, Dior, Ralph Lauren, Jaeger-Lecoultre, and Louis Vuitton. He has authored more than 30 books with publishers such as Editions Assouline, Flammarion, and Axel Vervoordt.
Since her years at L’Ecole du Louvre, Stephanie Brissay has forged her unique style referencing art history to intensify her vision and creations. She creates a silhouette both unattainable yet familiar at the same time. Drawing on inspiration from art combined with the style of the US TV sitcoms of the 60 & 70s, and the Hollywood icons.
Denis Boulze passionnate with photography in his early years, he worked at Rouchon studio as first assistant with respected photographers like Sarah Moon, Jan Walter, Sofia and Mauro. He also directs films. His personal creation adopts alternatively both color and black&white to interpret fashion series and still life, always obviously driven by a certain sense of poetry.
Tomoya Fujimoto was born in Bordeaux in 1989. After studying in Tokyo, he returned to Bordeaux to join the Beaux-Arts art school. In 2014, he earned a master's degree in photography from ENS Louis Lumière in Paris...
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Nick Meek was very influenced by the North of England from where he hails: “I was born in the North of England where it can be quite grey and the summers are quite short. I think this had a huge effect on me as a human being… It made me hungry for warmth and colour and, I suppose, adventure.
Letizia Le Fur
Her work centers on the depiction of beauty and the representation of a fantasized otherworld. Letizia Le Fur’s attention to color is very particular; like a painter, she mixes colors on her palette, isolates and transforms, corrects, adds, exalts the tones, amplifies them to transcend reality and creates this sensation of unreal world.
Following in a family tradition of sculptors, Elissa Castelbou began her studies at 'École Boulle' in Paris before turning to scenography at 'La Sorbonne', where she opened her creative horizons. Afterwards she continued her endeavors at ELLE magazine, discovering the fashion world, remaining for 13 years, and working as a fashion editor with top photographers.