Every year fellows gather from Europe and America to share and learn in the Windsor Castle.
A beautiful Riad, a display for the best artwork of Moroccan craftsman.
"Artisanat d'art" workshop of a luxury cosmetic brand in Franche Conté and Lorraine France.
Work for various magazine : Coté Ouest, Vanity Fair.
Rehearsal of young actors issued from the ethnic diversity of France. Supported by The Edmond of Rothschild foundation.
Crossroad of tradition and modernity
Born in Argentan, the painter Fernand Léger lived most of his life in Paris but never forgot his Norman origins. He would go relax in the Pays d’Auge, on the farm bequeathed to him by his mother. The owner wants to turn it into a museum.
A mosaic welcomes visitors into the painter Fernand Léger’s farm in Lisores, Pays d’Auge.
“His whole oeuvre comes from here. To me, it is fundamental, it is primary. There is the large mosaic (on the facade of a building), the chapel (whose stained glass windows were done by the artist), the half-timber found everywhere in his painting, nature, vegetation, it is primordial, it is the basis. This farm is the basis, if you likes Léger’s work, you have to come here.” In 2008, Jean du Chatenet visited Lisores, in the Pays d’Auge. The Parisian art dealer is a collector of Fernand Léger’s works. The painter’s heirs showed him around the premises, which have been abandoned for 10 years.
Fantasia or tburida is a traditional exhibition of horsemanship in the Maghreb performed during cultural festivals and to close Maghrebi wedding celebrations. It is becoming very popular in Morocco now. The pictures were taken in El Jedida during a massive contest.
Mid-Atlas berbere tribes in there surrounding
Orange NFC campaign print and web worldwide
Working for 12 years with the Edmond de Rothschild fondation. I catch the virus of meaningful pictures. Those instant reflect my work for various fondation in Tehran, Morroco, New York and Europe.
St Wandrille Rançon is a Benedictan monastery build in the VII century in normandy. The monks leaves there with the same traditions. The pictures were taken in a 12 years period.