Low angle, 2015

The photographer decided in 2015 to flee the crowds of tourists stuck to the emblematic places of the London capital to extract a series portraits
in the most harmless neighborhoods. He spent hours walking and it was conducive to his introspection while taking the time to contemplate
the world around him. The low-angle shot allowed him to magnify ordinary people, the invisible, the man in the street, the one who walks
every day to get to work. A concentrated look, an uncontrolled smile, a mutual complicity, everything goes through an instinctive sensitivity
and the dream is limitless.