Vanessa Moselle

It is as a true autodidact that Vanessa embarks on the world of photography.

His photographs survey eclectic universes that unite through his gaze and his singular style. Its intense blacks and whites could come straight out of a Hitchcockian scene. Its sets and quirky “Big Fish” characters amaze and challenge. Vanessa Moselle approaches her creations as a meticulous director, oscillating between dreamlike and trivial reality.

In 2015, Vanessa decided to leave her job to embark on a career as a professional photographer.

She then collaborated with many brands: Cartier, Manor, William L, Springsioux, les Rhabilleurs. She covered the Eurockéennes de Belfort, then won the Pink Ribbon prize from the Estée Lauder Foundation.

She exhibited in various galleries in Paris, Los Angeles, Miami, Saint-Tropez but she also set up a large-scale project at the Unterlinden Museum in Colmar: « one-on-one with Lucas Cranach the Younger ». The exhibition highlighted portraits of the aristocracy of 16th century Saxony, confronted with the photographed portraits of contemporary personalities representative of the culture in Alsace.