Just like a painter gradually creates its own unique palette by mixing up colors like never before and never after, the photographer can steal the colors that are around him: on people, on bricks, on nature. These colors can be found in a discreet ray of light, tones coming from winter’s sun, a shadow, perfectly aligned moving objects... These fragments in space and in times will never be the same again after the moment captured by the photo.
This series is about stealing those fragments that most people wouldn’t even notice, mix them to create a color palette and express the art in them.
Embark on the US roads, from New York to the Deep South. Pass by scenes that seem like frozen in time and which maintain the flame of a former glory. Get submerged by dreamy colors that will make you wonder if you are awake or if this is all just an illusion. The limit between past and present becomes blurry, surrounded by well-known symbols of America: a diner, old signs, a school bus, a Lincoln car, a Star-Spangled Banner flag. Fasten your seat belt, and let’s hit this dreamy road.
A Place in the Sun
“Cause there's a place in the sun Where there's hope for everyone Where my poor restless heart's gotta run There's a place in the sun And before my life is done Got to find me a place in the sun” — Stevie Wonder
Inspired by the book in the hands of a mysterious woman at a subway station in deep Brooklyn.
Bricks & Colors
This series explore the deep contrasts between the human-made bricks and the nature colors surrounding them, with some sparkling tones creating an enchanting universe.
Les fenêtres murmurent Quand tombent en chevelure Les pluies de la froidure Qui mouillent les adieux Les fenêtres chantonnent Quand se lève à l'automne Le vent qui abandonne Les rues aux amoureux Les fenêtres se taisent Quand l'hiver les apaise Et que la neige épaisse Vient leur fermer les yeux.