I was introduced to Christophe at the Feira Nacional do Cavalo Golegã. Immediately, I had a feeling I was going to love his work, I have not been disappointed.
Credits – Editorial Teresa Burton
He is a modest, quiet French man with a super friendly, shy smile and a warm manner. You cannot help liking him straight away. Within 5 minutes I found myself offering him the opportunity to join us to do a fun photo shoot, simply to see how we all got on.
Christophe had no idea what to expect and the truth
There is no doubt in my mind Christophe’s work is exciting, modern and expressive, he manages to give a fresh view on a much photographed
subject, offering the viewer a ‘new eye’ and a completely different perspective and tone.
The fabulous images Christophe produced have been commended and admired by many, they have a truly individual flare about them. Indeed some are
I think because they’re absolutely stylish and very much in the essence of how I like to portray Lusitanos – as noble horses with so much heritage and history but equally are ‘the horse of the moment’ – modern and dynamic.
There is no doubt in my mind Christophe’s work is exciting, modern and expressive, he manages to give a fresh view on a
Ever looking to expand his talent he travels the globe photographing horses and riders in their particular environments exploring for fresh ways to express them. You will see when looking at his work how he admires the interaction between the different elements how a simple images is brought alive with a new sharpness – he is certainly more than a photographer.
His personal success speaks for it’s self , he’s regularly commissioned to photograph stars such as Jessica Springsteen, Guillaume Canet and Charlotte Casiraghi. The FEI spotted his talent and different approach he works for them at many major events such as Longines bringing some really cutting edge style to their marketing.