As an artist, Adrien Boyer uses photography to make a new reality arise out of apparently nothing. Born in Paris in 1979, he has developed an original photographic writing where the subject matters less than the perception of it, creating a powerful yet sober visual work lying somewhere between day to day life and our personal dreams. Nominated in 2016 for the HSBC prize for Photography, Adrien is represented by Clémentine de la Féronnière art gallery in Paris. Three books have been published about his work and his photographs have integrated some prestigious art collections such as the Bachelot Collection or the corporate Hermès Fondation collection. Nothing thrills Adrien like exploring a new place with a peculiar universe, in order to draw its sensitive portrait.