In August 2012, I escaped my urban torments with a lonely trek through the mystical Nepalese mountains. After a night by the sacred lakes of Gosaikunda, we paused our descent at Phedi to have our daily fried Chinese noodles lunch. The owner of the tiny lodge was treating his white goat with a petroleum bath, to […]
If you are following my photography work for a while, this news won’t really sound like a new one… It is already 6 months that I worked with my friends of LookMyBabouch on their Lookbook 2013. But it is now displayed in my portfolios, as my first fashion shooting ! It is worth a special […]
While walking along the archways of Place des Vosges (Paris, France) in summer 2008, I heard a hypnotic opera chant. Approaching the gate leading to Rue du Béarn, I discovered a man, singing with a particularly high-pitched tessitura. I shot this pic to keep a fragment of this magic moment. But I have been even […]
On the way to Jiageng Park (嘉庚公园 – JiāGēngGōngYuán) in Xiamen (China), I noticed this old bulk carrier, which seemed to be totally abandoned. The silhouet of the ZhongShengHai 87 (众盛海87) had something phantasmagoric, with the surrounding Xiamen fog. If this ship is waiting to be dismantled, its little brother, the ZhongShengHai 88 is still sailing […]
The 2011 year has been marked by an exceptional flood in Thailand, resulted in a total of 815 deaths and 13.6 million people affected. This disaster made headline news for weeks, and most of us may remember it. But the flood also affected adjacent countries, such as Cambodia. During my travel there, I met some farmers […]
Anglers are numerous in Hong Kong. What would be more natural for a city surrounded by ocean ? During lunch time, it is even possible to see warehousemen throwing fishing lines without rod. The perfect 30-min break.
For the past 2 months, the West Kowloon Cultural District welcomed some strange inflated mobiles on its site, for the exhibition Mobile M+: Inflation! . Among them, a famous giant lotus blossom by Choi Jeong Hwa, and the polemical 15 meters-high “Complex Pile” by Paul McCarthy… Beside the artworks, some concrete cubes have been displayed to […]
Shopping is one of the favorite activities of Hongkongers. The city is unsurprisingly packed with malls, that take an important place in the everyday life. Some of them even offer special equipments, such as this ice rink at Elements. That day, kids were playing a hockey match.