Juan Brenner is photographed we discovered and featured in our Instagram program. He was working during two years to shoot and analyse the spanish conquest of Guatemala and it's repercussions in today society. We decided to know more about who is behind this work .                     Interview by

      Photography is not only my job, it is my field of research, conducted over the course of my travels. I prefer to take pictures without premeditation, focusing on architecture, interiors, objects, people and places. Similarly, I view my website not just as a portfolio but an

    Mickael Vis is a french photographer based in Helsinki. Through all his work from fashion industrie, magazine to his personal work, Mickael has developed a light color tone aesthetic becoming his signature. This particular range in Vis's work translate a smooth sensation, a poetic atmosphere

    We discovered the work of Xuebing Du early on our instagram curation, first by her serie about California but we felt in love about her vision of flowers. Saturated colors and working on the image bring the work of Xuebing way beyond the traditional photography

    François Aubret is a French photographer based in Los Angeles.   His minimalist and colorful picture attracted us. He has been featured already in some of our Instagram curations. We decided to know more about who is behind the camera by interviewing François.                   Interview by Adrien & Jules

  Emilie Gomez is a French photographer based in Brussel. She works around the notion of heterotopia, defined by Michel Foucault as the physical location of a utopia. Show houses, and trompe-l'oeil become stages and sets that draw our attention. They are false, yet real, spaces

  "In anthropology, liminality (from the Latin word līmen, meaning "a threshold") is the quality of ambiguity or disorientation that occurs in the middle stage of rituals, when participants no longer hold their pre-ritual status but have not yet begun the transition to the status they will hold