Born in Provence, Clement left his native France to study film in
Australia and graduated from the prestigious UCLA.
Taking a path steered by his love of the sun, Clement's work shows a clear appreciation of the beauty of simplicity.
His distinctive style originates from early days as a music and fashion film director in Los Angeles, where he became interested in the use of photography and the ability to voice his feelings in one image.
Now based in London, he frequently escapes the confines of the city to indulge in his wanderlust.
Clement works with a broad expanse of clients who hire him for his graceful ease of style.
Satoki Nagata is a Chicago-based street and documentary photographer. He is a visual creator whose work ranges from still images to film. His "Lights in Chicago" series is a surreal photographic and narrative departure from his more photojournalistic work and is produced by the innovative use of off camera flash. He aims to reveal ideas derived from Zen philosophies of interconnected relationships and their dynamics through these images. "Lights in Chicago" has been recognized internationally and exhibited in Asia, the US, and Europe.
He has been invited to present a group exhibit with Daido Moriyama, Satoshi Saikura and four other photographers at the DA-END Gallery in Paris in November 2013. Self-published books include "I wanted to be a butterfly" and "Cabrini-Green: Frances Cabrini Rowhouses."
Born in Osaka, Japan in 1978. Since 1999, she has been engaged in the artwork creation to express her own chaotic internal aspect through a single girl, which is presented as "Mukidashino-kokoro"(2004), "Kakokyu"(2005) and "Aishiteru"(2006). Through her own point of view, she is also starting a new creative activity under a new theme - view of life and death that regionally varies much.
She is also inspiring people through a variety of photo seminars, magazine articles or lectures to promote the culture of photographic art.
-Instructor of Osaka University of Arts Department of Photography