Forgotten & artisans

Forgotten trades and their driven artisans

Questioning myself!
The process of questioning in life is the main driver of my artistic and life’s journey. Finding answers to those questions activates a process of sharing through artistic expression. Focusing my subject matter specifically in the next few years will make trips easier to execute and respects the resources available to me. However, one can get lost in such goals! I believe current events and outside influences can change such goals and transport us beyond what’s possible.

My hypothesis
Artisans possess a unique sense of emotion. They live outside the world of industrial and mass production. Peace of mind, in times of impermanence, generates levels of unique emotions. I would like to share, with you, these significant moments. The Collection will be distributed under two distinct visual signatures to increase understanding and visual impact.

The goal
Mainly expresses the Peace of Mind of “forgotten artisans”.

Two angles and specific mediums.

  1. The first collection will have captured intimate portraits. Available in black and white and not exceeding 36 inches. The printing technique and supports are selected to contribute to the symbiosis with the subject.
  2. The other two collections offer an immersive environment spanningwith over 120 inches. All in color, these contemplative moments are created with the aim of illustrating and bringing peace of mind.

Michel Thibert

Through his photographic signature, Michel Thibert invites the viewer to experience, with him, areas that one may otherwise never see. His use of vanishing points allows us to "enter" nature, not physically but emotionally. This pushes us to go further in a shared perspective. Michel's work will carry you in a tumult of landscape of impressions, fields, mountains, rivers and clouds.

Michel Thibert Landscape Photographer