French photographer Laurent Laveder has a vivid and playful imagination. He has a unique background in that he studied both science and photography. This contrasting education makes his photographs much more experimental and exciting.
His latest work is a series of photographs called Nuit that involves people playing with the moon. Laurent Laveder has turned nighttime photography into something both clever and fun. Laveder’s goal is to immortalize physical phenomenons, even if it is as simple as the sun rising over the horizon or the different shapes the moon makes.
Laurent Laveder has even had his photography from Nuit published in a French-language poetry book called Quartier Livre. I can’t wait to see what other shots he can use the moon for.