I’ll be part of a new exhibition in Roma in January 2019, on a theme I particularily like, Shadows :
The exhibition is organized by the LoosenArt gallery, in Rome. I’m pretty sad by the fact that I won’t be able to get there, but, well, as long as my photo is there… Talking about the photo, Long Legs has (again!) been the selected one.
Italy is the 4th country I get an exhibition in. I wonder where the next one will be…
Always try something new was the title of one of my articles a year ago. I’m true to my words, it’s time for me to reshuffle things a bit!
I’ve always been very passionate about motorsport. Since I was a kid I’ve always watched all the races I could that were on TV. Now with internet it’s racing fest almost every week-end! So why not merging my “old” motorsport passion with my “new” photography love into one?
That’s what I will be doing in 2019. Being in Romania for 10+ years didn’t help as motorsports are quite marginal there. But here in France, it’s already something much more reachable. I’ve just become the official photographer for a local karting track. The first step to something, hopefully, big!
It doesn’t mean I’ve stopped shooting the streets and the city, far from that. On the contrary, with a fresher perspective, it can only help with creativity. Heck, I’ve even started shooting the streets in colors during my last trip to Bucharest! Much more to come later on…
Meanwhile, if you’re like me a motorsport fan, you can find my photos on Instagram at @pierrepichotmotorsport. And don’t forget to subscribe 😉
A short article to brag about the fact that some of my photos are now available to be licensed on a “little website” known as Getty Images! It’s quite an achievement to get there, on the most reknown stock photography website in the world!
You’ll probably find some photos that have been published here. From Streets, or even the Ghost project… But there is also quite a lot of other stuff (in colors!!) that have never been featured on these pages.
The link to my photos is in the menu on the top… or just behind this link.