Born to a painter, Claude Rémusat and an illustrator, Thibaut Rémusat has always nurtured a passion for painting, sculpture and photography. He buys his first camera when thirteen. Self-taught, he will seldom quit photographing, in his postings abroad and overseas or in mainland France. Shooting city- or landscapes, wildlife or nudes he gradudally abandons digital and colour in favour of of thirty-five millimeter and medium format black and white. Although he avoids influences, he admires photographers like Richard Avedon, Bill Brandt, Imogen Cunningham, Elliott Erwitt, Ralph Gibson, Host P. Horst, Jeanloup Sieff, Edward Steichen, Louis Stettner. He exhibited solo twice in France, once in Reunion Island, where he has been living for seventeen years.