RRB Photobooks & the Martin Parr Foundation are delighted to present Martin Parr – Early Works. The book covers the early part of Parr’s career, comprised of images shot between 1970 and 1984, mainly in the north of England and Ireland. (more…)
Born in Paris in 1990, Léa L’Azou discovered photography in high school with her mother. She uses large and medium format cameras and focuses on old and alternative techniques such as wet plate, Polaroid, and pinhole photography.
With Isa Marcelli, she created the Studio des Photographeuses in 2012: the first public wet plate portrait studio in France.
In 2013, she graduated from the Higher School of Photography at the École de Condé.
Along with her personal projects, she also takes commissioned work for both fashion and advertising.
Léa L’Azou lives and works in Paris, she has been a member of the Hans Lucas studio since 2015 and was introduced by Samantha Rouault.