Born in 1981 in France, living there for 12 years, and then spending another 12 years in Portugal, I’m now based in Switzerland for the last 11 years.
I started taking photos more seriously 9 years ago when my wife got pregnant for the first time, having bought my first dslr. Then I kept shooting and made into the macrophotography world. Finally, I made my entrance in analog photography a year after with a Pentax ME.
Since then, my photos are taken with analog cameras and film, whenever I have the opportunity while travelling for my job or while going out with my family.
Equipment has very little to do with photography quality as a form of art, but for those who are curious, I actually use a variety of cameras depending of where and how much time I’ll have to photograph, but most of the time I use a Leica M6, a Canon EOS 5, or a Mamiya RB67 Pro-S. Sometimes a Nikon L35 AWAD or a Minolta X-700. Each one has its advantages and disadvantages, but each one has a purpose and a role. As for film, I shoot with Kodak Tri-X 400 (135mm) or Ilford Delta 400 or 100 (120mm) when it comes to b&w. When shooting color, I use Kodak Portra 400 most of the time.