Sales & Press
The photos from the website are for sale. The prints standards range from 50x75cm (30''x20''), 40x60cm (24''x16'') to 45x30cm (18''x12''). Any other size or demand is taken into account (digital file, different formats, ...). Thanks for contacting me .
I work with a professional lab providing high quality photos processed on real premium photo paper (Agfa Professional Laser III paper). Unlike with Inkjet, Dye sublimation or laser printers, the colours of your photos will remain stable for decades to come. The prints you will receive are the same I use for exhibitions.
The photos are shipped to your addres within a protective cylinder, signed and numbered.
If you wish to write an article on the website, please feel free to contact me. I can provide images to illustrate your text. I am also open to contribute to any exhibition or any project you might have.
They already wrote about Forbidden Places, sorted by date (non exhaustive list):
- Article du journal Le Soir (Décembre 2011)
- Article de Télérama (Août 2009)
- Article du Figaro Madame (Janvier 2009)
- Article de la Dernière Heure (Décembre 2008)
- Article du journal Le Monde (Novembre 2008)
- Interview for the Radio DW (July 2008)
- Article in Bild.de (February 2008)
- The blog of l'Echo (08/02/2008)
- TV broadcast from La 1, public Belgian TV (03/01/2008)
- Ninja Mag, cover & portfolio (November 2007)
- Exclusive interview for Radio france International Deutschland (06/10/2007)
- The blog of Le Soir (03/10/2007)
- Article in Rue89.com (12/09/2007)
- "Tendances" from the radio la Première (10/09/2007)
- Histoires d'entreprises, n°3 (Eté 2007)
- Article in journal Le Soir (23/07/2007)
- Magazine Bordeaux7 (19/04/2007)
- Article in The Muse, canadian magazine (31/05/2007)
- TV broadcast from France 3, public French cannel (January 2007)
- Le netoscope de Libé (may 2006)
Photos from Forbidden-Places have been used in:
- Painting from an American artist (see also his website:Adam Rote)
- Paintings from an England artist, Isobel Haysom
- Urban Explorers: Into the Darkness, film from Melody Gilbert (2007)
- The video "Forgotten Feasts (Urban Exploration, from underground to rooftops)", non available on the website, has been shown in the festival k-gouille (24/03/2007), workshop La Spirale (18/05/2007).