Quentin Simon is a french photographer in his late 20’s. He was self taught between the light of the Alps and the one of the Méditerranée. Always with a “point and shoot” camera in his pocket, he started to shoot his friends and landscapes, before focusing on fashion when moving in Paris. Quentin shoots mainly with film cameras because of his relation with time and matter. Shooting with film is engraving forever a particular ephemeral light on an organic material. His obsession with rawness and reality does not allow numerical calculations and modifications to take place between the original subject and the final image. Silver crystals allow the poetic and unexpected flaws that he loves, like freckled faces or sandy bums are more interesting than perfect and aseptic women.