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  • Francis Apesteguy

    Photographer in 1972 at the Sipa Press agency then at the Angeli agency, Francis Apesteguy began his career as a matadorthat surprising the most famous stars of the time.
    He started at the Gamma agency in 1977, to make
    photographies of celebrities.

  • Pascal Baril

    Pascal Baril is a French professional photographer who started his career in 1981.

    After working for leading photographic press agencies (Associated-Press, Interpress, Kipa-Press and Corbis-Sygma), Pascal launched, in 2003, his own agency “Planète Bleue Images”.

  • Jacques Bénaroch

    Passionate about photography since his youth, Jacques Benaroch started his career as a professional photographer in the middle 70s at the legendary concerts of the Rolling Stones, David Bowie or Bob Marley.

  • Giles Daoust

    Photographer Giles Daoust's approach is to bring together the worlds of nature photography and “genre” cinema. He delves into the small marvels of nature that we too often take for granted, and tries to bring forward strange moods and supernatural elements that the untrained eye can easily miss. (www.expoGD.com)

  • François Darmigny

    After following international news and major sports events, covering the wars in Lebanon and Afghanistan, François Darmigny became a freelance photographer in the middle of 90, feeling the need to explore new photographic world more in line with his own conception of the image. He decided "not to undergo the action but to create it myself preferring fulfill my part."

    His world: capture and immortalize the emotions, personalities, attitudes and characters by giving them a dimension and an artistic soul. His moto: putting people at the centrer of the image.

  • Jean-Claude Deutsch

    Growing up, Jean-Claude Deutsch had only one obsession : become a photo journalist for Paris Match Magazine. In the early 1960's, he met the editor-in-chief of a prestigious French publication. The editor barely looked over his desk and, with distain and contempt, dismissed the young man and advised him to consider a different profession.

    However, Jean-Claude Deutsch kept working and in 1965 he was hired by Paris Match.

  • Tony Frank

    The star photographer of the sixties discovered photo, jazz and blues in 1959, during the holidays. Photo and music then became his two passions.

  • Michel Giniès

    Born in 1952, the photographer Michel Giniès integrated
    the famous international photography agency Sipa Press in 1972. The photographer of celebrities covers Parisian parties
    and follows the international stars coming in Paris. That was the "Dolce Vita" time in Paris.

  • Stéphane Gizard

    Best known for portraits of young people, Stéphane Gizard’s gentle eye manages to capture the beauty and fragility of his subjects, which have included both celebrities and strangers. His work reveals their sensuality and brings out the expression of a truth and intimate questioning. In parallel to working closely with the press and the advertising industry, Stéphane has spent ten years photographing a cross-section of 16-20 years old; from his perspective the defining and decisive phase of one's life sitting at the end of adolescence and at the beginning of adulthood. A period of self-reflection and fragility.

  • Elodie Grégoire

    Elodie Gregoire has worked with the biggest international photo agencies like Sipa Press, REA agency and Gamma agency. She is now a freelance photographer.

    Her work has earned a lot of covers magazines and
    newspapers like Paris-Match , Point , JDD ...

  • Hormoz

    The photographer Hormoz, who fell in love with the cinema of horror at only 16, made his weapons with short-films super 8 and painting. His interest in cinema of horror left its mark: his artworks are filled with a morbid and surrealistic eroticism.             

  • Pascal Ito

    After finishing his photography studies at the American Centre of Paris in 1986, The photographer Pascal Ito worked together with the agency Sygma, . At Sygma, he took portraits of artists for magazines. He also worked as a photographer on film sets on the side.


    Since 2003, he works as a freelance photographer and takes numerous portraits ordered by magazines, advertisement, television and the show posters. He also works on personal series.

  • Jean-Paul Lubliner

    Photographer, art creator and architect, the artist Jean-Paul Lubliner carried out a photographic project around the Eiffel Tower – 365 days before the year 2000. Every day, he went to the Eiffel Tower and grasped the atmospheres and lights that were offered by the Iron Lady, light up by his countdown.

  • Jean-Marie Marion

    The photographer Jean Marie Marion started working with Carolyn Carlson and Maurice Béjart after his studies in fine arts. Interested in fashion, he became one of the topmodels of the 1980’s.

    After that, he went behind the camera to realize many reports of personalities for the press.

  • Richard Melloul

    In 1964, Richard Melloul was a laboratory assistant at the Damas agency before entering the lab of the Gamma Presse Images agency, founded amongst others by Raymond Depardon and Jean Lattès in may 1968.

    From 1974 to 2002, Richard Melloul was part of the staff at the Sygma agency.

    The photographer then created his own society and became an independent photographer.

  • Dani Olivier

    Dani Olivier make portraits photographies mixing painting and photography. They glorify the beauty of women and aim to reveal them in their double dimension of body and soul.

  • Kai Schäfer

    Since 2011, Kai Schäfer has been dedicating himself to his first big photo-art-project “Worldrecords”.

    For this photo series, including about 100 photographs up to now, he photographs the great albums of music history, as for example The Clash, Pink Floyd and Kraftwerk, in an oversized format on record players that have become legendary too. The result is a tribute to unforgettable analogues worlds of sound.

    He declared : "besides professional photography, my focus always has been on music".

  • Marc Schilovitz

    Marc Schilovitz started to photograph in the middle of the 80's. After working in the aeronautics, he took off to Brazil for a sabbatical year where he discovered photgraphy. When he got back, he started studying photojournalism at the CFPJ.

  • Stéphanie Slama

    After graduating from California State University with a degree in Fine Arts, Stephanie Slama studied photography with Elle magazine art director Peter Knappthe at the Paris Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Graphiques / Penninghen.

    She is currently working as a professional photographer and art director creating advertising, catalogue, editorial, celebrity portraiture, and other published works for many brands. She is represented in Paris by the Photo12 agency of Valerie Anne Giscard d’Estaing and in London by Millennium.

  • Jean-Michel Turpin

    Since he was 14 years old, Jean-Michel Turpin has been fascinated by photography. To enter the business, he made himself a fake press card and took his first steps as a photographer in Paris.

    After studying Fine Arts, he began his professional career in 1985.

  • Jean-Michel Voge

    Jean-Michel Voge worked as a photographer for Figaro Magazine and traveled all over the world to take pictures. He is specialized in social, art, private collections, architecture, lifestyle and portraits. He produces large and medium format images.
  • Etienne Chognard

    Etienne Chognard, author photographer, offers a new and unique process of art photography printed on serigraphy matrix support.

  • Claude Guillaumin

    This great photographer's fashion and beauty work appeared in Glamour, Seventeen, New York Times Magazine, Esquire … He also realized several advertising campaigns for diverse clients, including Revlon, Clairol, L’Oréal, Dior, Avon, Chanel, YSL, Clarins … Since 2000, he has been focusing on portraiting women that are not "topmodels" to reveal their beauty.

  • Maurice Renoma

    Maurice Renoma is a French couturier, designer, scenographer and photographer, known for influencing fashion since the 60s.

    During the beginning of the 90s, Maurice Renoma developed a new passion for another medium: the image. His is life itself, in its extraordinary normality, beame the main subject of his photographs. His cameras accompanies him on every one of his trips around the world.

  • Kasra

    Kasra is a sleepwalker. Wether he roams the streets of Paris or walks down the littoral landscape, the photos he brings back from his sleepless wanderings seem to emerge his dreams. Kara sleeps, but with his eyes wide open.

  • Baron Wolman

    Introduced in 1967 to the world of rock music by the founder of the Rolling Stones, Jann Wenner, Baron Wolman becomes the official photographer of the magazine. Author of the Jimi Hendrix's photographs, he also covers concerts of the Fillmore West in San Francisco and the mythic Woodstock 1969.

  • Basile Minatchy

    Scene photographer as well, Basile Minatchy tests his talent in various environments like art shows, companies or nurseries. 

  • June Stolian

    June Stolian is a French artist and photographer based in Paris.


    He makes portraits of free women in an imaginary world.
    To create this colorful and fantastical universe, he works in studio with his models and diverts objects from the daily life, vintage clothes and different materials. The result is a fusion between shapes and colors, a blend between reality and pixels.

  • Garth Bowden

    Garth Bowden grew up in London where he studied Fine Art at Chelsea School of Art. He has a multi-disciplinary practice between painting, photography, sculpture and design, all mediums he uses to share his personal reflections about the world.

  • Takeshi Shikama

    More than 11 years ago, Takeshi Shikama lost himself in a forest, intrigued by the darkness of the trees. The next day, he came back to the same place with a photographic camera in ordrer to try to capture its essence, its soul. Since that moment, he did not stop photographying Japanese, American and European forests.

  • Thomas Lavelle

    Thomas Lavelle is a self-taught fashion photographer located in Paris, France.

  • Thierry Clech

    Working exclusively with black and white argentic, Thierry Clech photographs landscapes during his trips : Japon, Turkey, India, Nicaragua, Urkainia. He is also a novelist and scenarist for the movie industry.

  • Sumo

    Major figure of the contemporary art, SUMO is also a renowned graphic artist. His style is caracterized by thick brushstrocks and bright colours, incorporating symbols of contemporary pop culture.

  • Patrick RIMOND

    After studying engineering in Paris, Patrick Rimond moved to Japan where he spent nine inspiring years. In Osaka, he fully dedicated himself to photography, exhibiting in galleries and also working for magazines. His Japanese portraits and urban landscape are a straight and sensitive capture of reality. The subtlety of Japanese spirituality allowed him to find a backing to adjust his relationship to the world.

  • Alfie Bowen

    Alfie Bowen first took up photography in 2014 following a life-long interest in our natural world. He was fed-up with seeing little being done about the plight facing many species across the world and so decided to use his love of photography to raise awareness.

  • Jean-Baptiste Isambert

    Jean-Baptiste Isambert is an artistic photographer. Born in Chartres in 1980, he has been living and working in Haute-Savoie since 2012. With a background in professional photography, he has practiced in numerous photographic domains before dedicating himself to his artistic aspirations.

  • Roberto Battistini

    Roberto Battistiniwas born in Bastia, in 1959. He studied cinema at the Paris VIII University before dedicating himself to photography.

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