Collection: GEOFFROY DE BOISMENU
A professional photographer for 30 years, Geoffroy de Boismenu began by doing freelance work for magazines such as Vogue, Bambini, I-D, Blah-Blah, and more.
In 1992, he moved to New York and worked with many magazines - Dazed & Confused, New York Times, Harpers' Bazaar, among others - as well as, music labels - Tommy Boy, Bad Boys, Interscope, Island records. It is during this period that he photographed artists who have now become icons of hip hop culture, including, Notorious BIG, Public Enemy, Mary J Blidge, Outkast, Gravediggaz, etc…
Back in France in 2000, he began to organize his personal work while continuing his collaboration with independent magazines.
In 2004, he published his first book Libenter at the 779 Gallery, an intimate work, far from his more glamorous or erotic series. Since then, he is the author of a dozen publications. Each of them brings a new and unexpected light on his photographic approach. De Boismenu photographs what makes him vibrate and, thus, pays tribute to what surrounds him. Photography protects his memories.