French Photographer Fabien Vilrus Follows Scenes From his Head
Who: Fabien Vilrus
Where he was born: Réunion island, FR
Where he lives now: Paris
What he does: Photography
How it all began:
When I bought an old Canon AE1 in a pawn shop.
How he captures ideas:
I usually think about stories like scenes playing out in my head.
Creating to make something for himself or to convey
an idea to someone else?
I would say both. I’m always looking for a special feeling when I take my pictures. When I got it, I just want to spread this feeling to everyone open to it.
If he were a sound:
Birds in the forest.
Something overrated and underrated:
Art and art.
He believes in:
Something he needs to change:
I have to sleep more at night.
Something great he’s read:
“If at first the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it.” —Einstein
The latest album of Frank Ocean, Blond.
His most recent artistic reference:
Why he takes photos:
For the love of creation and the experiences I live through it.
Where he finds peace:
Anywhere, I just need to be alone.
Fabien’s WILD Wish:
Make a great project in Réunion island.
see more at fabienvilrus.com and on instagram