Bien avant la fin
(Long before the end)
The ocean beaches are a vast photographic playground. The decor is simple, built in three plans; the dune slides on the beach, the ocean flies on the horizon to reach the sky. The immense monotony of this landscape, however, gives me, at each step and each time I cross it, solitary encounters, emotions, images, words.
I like these bits of living object placed between earth and water, which play naked a melody of waiting. Their peaceful calligraphy reveals a common destiny. Composition of photographic hieroglyphs, they are the premonition of an end.