Fallen from the sky in 2018 in Granville, Marie-Claude photographs the Granville Terre et Mer territory, up and down, length and breadth with as much enthusiasm as ever.
On vacation as a child, she used to come and stay at Saint-Martin de Bréhal, where her parents owned a house.
She used to be a painter, and for her, photography is different: it’s a snapshot that aims to make people react. At the age of 13, she asked her dad for a camera, and that was to be the start of a passion. 4 years ago, she returned to her roots, to the land where she has many childhood memories. Her favorite moment is at the end of the day, when the sun goes down, offering a beautiful luminosity. And if there are lovers kissing or young people on bikes, it’s even better.
It’s difficult for Marie-Claude to choose her favorite place, because she loves wide-open spaces, be they beaches or forests. And to make a choice for her would be too reductive. She’s particularly fond of photographing life, action and interaction. Let’s just say that her photos have to tell a story.