First a film photographer, Nicolas Guérin turned to photography at the age of 30. Self-taught, he did not abandon the 7th art. A film photographer, he made a name for himself by shooting professionals such as Tim Burton, Quentin Tarantino or Martin Scorsese. He satisfies his passion for the old geniuses of the film industry by capturing them during meetings in Cannes or Berlin. Only two years after his debut as a professional photographer, he published his book 100 filmmakers of today and exhibited his photographs at work in the world, from the Institut Lumière de Lyon to the Yokohama film festival with a must-see visit to the Palais des festivals de Cannes.
Sometimes he prefers to travel the world and photograph naked girls in polaroid. Similarly, when he is not a portrait photographer, he can very well become a fashion photographer during an international campaign and then produce the covers of The Guardian, Time Magazine, GQ, Le Nouvel Observateur, Elle, Vogue or Télérama. Based in Montreuil, where he created his own studio, he now divides his time between portraits, fashion and personal projects.