Breaking the codes, Théo Gosselin opens the doors to his universe and presents the photo of the 2015 editio of the Salon de la Photo in Paris. Open air, youth, freedom, friendship... these themes reflects in this young photographer's work.
Born in 1990 in Le Havre, Normandy, Théo Gosselin first started graphic design studies before turning naturally to photography. As a teenager, Théo would already take pictures of his close friends, in a punk and skate environement... At the Ecole Supérieure d'Art et de Design in Amiens, his passion blooms. His East to West American road trip in 2012 inspires him his favourites themes: capture youth and freedom in open air to extract its intimacy. This is how the project Goodbye Horses was born.
Back in France, Théo Gosselin quotes easily Nan Goldin, Larry Clark, Ryan McGinley or Yougo Jeberg as his major influences. Working with analog photography, the photographer always uses 24, 35 or 50 mm prime lenses with a preference for 35. Very active online, Théo publishes his work on different media such as his blog, his Tumblr, he can also be found on Facebook.