Aurélien Terrible, born 1988.
Works and Lives in New York
After a year studying Fine Arts he decided, late 2007, to cross the Atlantic Ocean in order to discover New York City, which has always fascinated him.
He never touched a camera before this trip but the need to capture this adventure motivated him to invest in a small digital camera which he read the manual in the plane.
This trip was a revelation, a love story with the Megapolis immediately started and an exhibition of his "holiday pictures" was organized. The success of this exhibition was added to the pleasure of shooting urban life and pushed him back on the road.
From Los Angeles to Sydney via Hong Kong and London, he continues his explorations with the same attention to the beauty of everyday life and spectacular landscapes.
London Phone from Aurélien Terrible
Classic London red phone booth with Big Ben landmark in background, styled in black and white background to focus the timeless red phone box design.
New York I by Gery Luger.
New York II by Gery Luger.
London Tower Bridge by Dave Butcher.
London Phone by Aurélien Terrible
Westminster Bridge from South Bank by Simon kayne.
Love Philly by Aurélien Terrible.
Big Ben Sunset by Assaf Frank.
Pondering Silence by Assaf Frank
Paris my Love by Assaf Frank
Let's go by Assaf Frank
A l´ombre de la terrasse by Johan Messely
Couleurs du printemps by Johan Messely
Ling Cove Falls, Lake District, England by Dave Butcher
Misty Tree, Peak District, England by Dave Butcher
Three Shires Head Falls, Peak District by Dave Butcher
Simmenfälle, Lenk, Switzerland by Dave Butcher
Lone Tree #3 , Peak District, England by Dave Butcher
Lone Tree # 2, Peak District, England by Dave butcher
Color of Kiss by Patrice Murciano
Coralie II by Patrice Murciano
Requiem for a Dream by Patrice Murciano
Woodstock Skull by Patrice Murciano
Jesus´s Skull by Patrice Murciano
Tiger Pop by Patrice Murciano
Liberty by Patrice Murciano
England Kiss by Morgan Paslier
Elégante harmonie by Françoise Persillon
Blanc soyeux et rouge grenat by Françoise Persillon.
Riches arômes by Françoise Persillon.
Ambiance exotique by Johan Messely.