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Jeff Bauche is a 33-year-old french speaking professional photographer based in Belgium. He studied at the Brussels School of Photography and ILFOP. He graduated 1rst, with High Honors, and the unanimous vote from the Jury with his reportage « Forgotten India ». He is now specialized in Reportages, Portraits, Travels, Weddings, Events and Architecture.
Fascinated by human diversity, Jeff Bauche tries to explore the intersection between fine art and photojournalism. He also has a never-ending appetite for experiencing the world and its different cultures through photography, using his camera as a wonderful opportunity to meet people and share a moment of their lifes.
His philosophy is to take positive photographs highlighting the best a place has to offer, whether that is the warmth and friendliness of the people, the traditional costumes or the vibrancy of the landscapes. Thanks to his knowledge of the digital workflow, both in the field and in front of the graphic station, he is able to highlight the aesthetical aspects of cultural and geographical diversities. His images attest to the educational values of documentary photography.
He uses his lenses to open detailled perspectives on what makes exotic civilizations so singular under western eyes.
His images are an invitation to enter into the lifestyles of peoples whose reality is sometimes remote, often ignored..
The resulting hallmarks of his pictures are vivid colours and apparent simplicity. Meanwhile, his greatest pleasure is to lure people into exploring strange lands with his evocative pictures.
Most work is in colour, but he still enjoys the subtility of black & white that reminds him of his debut in the dark room.
He loves the art of creating imaginative pictures and is happy to do so regardless of the subject and technical constraints, as his online galleries show.
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Editions Philippe Picquier
Urban Garden Magazine
Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network
Ashmolean Museum Oxford
Murray Rothbard Instituut vzw