Frederic Moutoussamy – Featured IPA member

At the age of fifteen, Frédéric Moutoussamy his first steps in photography, first as an assistant photographer in the studio H.Baranger. For four years, he teaches architectural shooting techniques, aerial and discovers the magic of the film laboratory. Around 1980 meetings bring Frédéric to dive into the world of media. For almost ten years, working for press groups. After these years, tired eye, the cover on the lens and body in the closet, Frederic decides to return to the calm of photo labs. It is now for Frédéric give life to images… Read More

Giles Hugo – Featured IPA member

I always loved art. My mother, an architect and fine portrait artist, took me sketching, learning composition and colour theory. She also had a collection of books with large colour plates — including Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Lautrec, Cezanne, Renoir, Degas, Modigliani, Michelangelo, Cezanne and Goya. I spent hours just gazing — and not just at the nudes — a great source of wonder. Photography began for me in 1968, when I was 18, shooting with a Canon range-finder, mostly B&W and occasional slide film, when affordable.  I am entirely self-taught, having learnt… Read More