Urban landscapes and geometries start with points, then evolve into lines and curves. Interactions between these create intricate patterns and shapes. These shapes then become alive through their interaction either with each other or with the sky. The latter is a canvas onto which architects can compose their art. This background is an ever changing scene depending on the time of the day or night and the ambient weather conditions. Architecture and its materials interact with this background offering a well thought complex yet natural scenery and harmony. Concrete, glass, metal, or other materials are the media to paint on this canvas and give a texture to the complete structures. They absorb, reflect, or diffract light from the sky as well as from surrounding buildings and urban elements, integrating them into their own structure.
French photographer based in New York City. I developed a passion for photography very early on. With a background in physics, I focused in optics and application of lasers. I was always fascinated by light, its propagation, and its interaction with materials. I never stopped taking pictures but it is after I moved to New York City in 2010 that I developed a passion for shooting urban landscapes. My photographs span from street photography to architecture. I like exploring abstraction and geometries, I use the urban sceneries as a mean to experiments those subjects. I have traveled in several European and American cities where I document their different districts.
Aluminum Print, 20” x 30”, other sizes available upon request, 201-744-6713
Aluminum print, 20” x 30”, other sizes available upon request. 201-744-6713
aluminum print, available 20” x 30”, other sizes available upon request. 201-744-6713
Prints available upon request, 201-744-6713