Rémi Chapeaublanc is a globetrotting photographer filled with wanderlust. He has ventured to Canada, Norway, Burkina Faso, Nepal, to name a few. He crossed Europe, into Asia and then Mongolia on a motorcycle for his series “Gods & Beasts.”
Driven by his exchanges and encounters, Rémi is always looking for new discoveries, both artistic and human. Before finding his passion for photography, he was devoted to a scientific career in bioinformatics. Although his Cartesian training has greatly influenced him, he has chosen to present more sensitive, human-centered work.
About / Biography
Even though Rémi Chapeaublanc is a photographer and self-taught director, he initially believed he was destined for a career in bioinformatics. After finding his passion for photography, he took his Cartesian outlook from his scientific training and combined this approach with a sensitive and humanist stance.
Curiosity motivates Rémi to meet and photograph people from all walks of life. When he does not know a local language, he insists on venturing without an interpreter; Eye contact and the image itself is enough to exchange. He has photographed in Canada, Norway, Burkina Faso, Nepal, Mongolia and more.
Rémi is a jack-of-all-trades and insatiable. He directs indie videos and short films. As a director, he is known for his headliner in the “Festival des Promenades Photographiques de Vendôme.” He has won numerous awards for his series “Gods & Beasts,” which has garnered increasing support and interest in his work.
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