If ,by chance, you’ve been beaten to it, and someone has spotted your camera, then,
the only thing to do is to forget the photo and kindly let the children stick to your legs.
Henri Cartier Bresson
From the age of 10, I receive as a gift my first camera. An Instamatic Kodak. I learned to develop my own black and white films and to make my first enlarged prints in the tiny laboratory in my father's studio, Henri Yvergniaux
, painter. I then developed my humanistic look in the 80s, when I was
Press correspondent in the daily newspaper Ouest France.
After several trips to different African countries and
America, I produce my first major exhibition: "TRANSPLANTATION"
. which will be followed by "Waiting for Elsewhere"
, from " Old Captain "
and " UNIVERSATIS "
. These exhibitions are currently available for hanging.
Selected 3 times to exhibit at the Grand Palais in Paris, as part of the Salon des Artistes Français. Bronze medal in 2012.
Since 2005, I occasionally publish my photos in the national press and
foreigner: the Nouvel Observateur, Jeune Afrique, Le Figaro, JDD ...
My own Atelier-Expo-Studio "Réser'VOIR" is open to the public in Plouër
on Rance. About fifty prints are on display. The
archives are also to discover. Free visits by appointment
you (06 60 51 89 98)