C'est la nuit
Self-taught photographer. Born in the south of France, I’ve lived and worked in Montreal since 2011. I wish I had a great story about inheriting my first camera from my grandfather or something like that, but no. I simply bought it in a store.
I’ve studied languages, worked as a lighting designer for shows, and spent several years being a creative ad guy. I now focus on my photography, based on observation and magnifying the simplest things.
I trust providence (not the religious definition though) and patience. My approach is based on wandering and accepting the impromptu.
I use photography to make simple factual observations and also to gather people, places, lines or lights in a setup that will exist only once.
|2015||Des Inconnus à Cuba Galerie Yves Laroche, Montréal, Canada – July|
|2015||Perfect Strangers I National Geometric, Galerie Vert de gris, Fréjus, France – August|
|2017||When it’s Christmas in Cuba Life Goes on as Usual, The Adventure Handbook, March|
|2017||François Ollivier hors de la nuit in Beware Mag, February|
|2017||A Bright Interval, Paper Journal, January|
|2016||People in Cities, in Lumières de la Ville, April|
|2016||Perfect Strangers in Creative Boom, April|
|2016||Perfect Strangers in Fubiz, April|
|2016||Perfect Strangers in The Lift Magazine, April|
|2016||Perfect Strangers in Photogrvphy, June|
|2016||Meet the photographers capturing Cuba in the midst of change, in Circa News, September|
|2016||Des Inconnus à Cuba, in The Adventure Handbook, Septembre|
|2016||A Bright Interval in Plain Magazine, October|
|2016||A Bright Interval in Creative Boom, October|
|2016||A Bright Interval in ToTravelIsToLive, October|
|2016||A Bright Interval in iGNANT, October|
|2015||People Series, in Fubiz, April|
|2015||Des Inconnus à Cuba, in Flyway|
|2015||Des Inconnus à Cuba, Interview in Flanelle Magazine|
|2015||National Geometric in AYE MAG|