This project aims at representing how I see the world, and sharing it so that maybe more people will begin to see the magic that lies in small details they usually wouldn't even notice
Since I was a child, the sound of the rain or the wind, the smell of humid soil after a storm had an overwhelming effect upon me. It took me years before understanding I had an hypersensitive nature and that most people don't experience the world the same way I do.
This project aims at representing how I see the world, and sharing it so that maybe more people will begin to see the magic in small details they usually wouldn't even notice, not just by documenting them but by making people stop and think about the reasons why I decided to take in picture something as insignificant as a droplet.
So they awake to the natural beauty of the world and start contemplating the magic that lies in trivial things.
One of the ways I take care of my plants is by showering them every week. Contemplating those droplets reminds me the 6 months I spent in French Guiana many years ago, particularly the overwhelming green and humidity of the Amazon rainforest
On the Atlantic rocky coast of Brittany, as the tide recedes, naturally created arrangements of marine life reveal themselves. Those untouched compositions deserve to be contemplated and admired as they are
Contemplating the sunlight on my wall during the second Covid lockdown in France in November 2020