A self-portrait may be the answer to this equation in one unknown: The self.
Eternally superficial, beauty gives us access to the profound, hidden meaning of nature. Seeing one’s reflection is to experience inner harmony; one that ignites an aesthetic emotion that, through the gaze, is able to dissolve all inner conflicts. I look at myself and in that self perceive the beauty of the world.
The love story between Nathalie Lorson and fragrances dates back to her early childhood when her father, then a chemist at Laboratoires Roure, would bring home perfume essences. She enrolled at the Roure School of perfumery where she composed her first notes, and later, created her first success perfumes, namely Bvlgari Femme.
In 2000, she joined the Firmenich fragrance design center and created numerous and varied fragrances such as Paul Smith Man, Encre Noire by Lalique, and Another 13 du Labo. "I love working with rose, musky notes, and vetiver…" For this exceptional perfumer, fragrance emanates from a gentle and round composition. Her creations are in her image: harmonious and intimate.
Luc finds amusement in pretty much everything and develops his own sensitivity to a dream-like and out-of-the box world, very much influenced by his attraction for the other side of the looking glass.
He first applied this talent in his career as a studio hair stylist, working with the greatest names in fashion photography, and traveling around the world.
These encounters quickly gave him the desire to create his own images so he took up photography to explore and present his own vision of the world.