Frédéric Stucin, born in 1977, studied at Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg and graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière.
Based in Paris, in 2002, he started working on a regular basis with the French daily Libération, photographing numerous famous personalities such as actors, singers, writers, politician men and women. His pictures have been widely published in the French and international press: Elle, GQ, Les Inrocks, Le Monde, Madame Figaro, Grazia, Express Styles, Technikart, Vanity Fair, Time Magazine…
At the same time, Frédéric works for communication agencies. He is also pursuing a more personal black and white street photography project in the United States, an avowed nod to such great American masters as Garry Winogrand, Lee Friedlander and Harry Callahan.
He is often tutoring photographic workshops: « About street photography » for the festival MAP in Toulouse in 2014, and workshops about portraiture at the Rencontres d’Arles in 2016 and 2017.
In 2017, Frédéric had an exhibition at the Festival ImageSingulières in Sète (France) which has been published in a book at the Editions la Marinière. His reportage at the Cannes Festival « Spy vs. Spy » has been exhibited at the Leica Store and at the Australian Festival, Head On.