Jérôme Bryon is a photographer based in Montpellier (France). After graduating from the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture (ENSA) and the École des Gobelins in Paris, he quickly turned to photography. He first worked as a still-life photographer for all the leading Parisian magazines, then as an advertising photographer, before resuming his creative freedom. In search of territories free of all contingencies, he began to travel as far as the United States and Australia to find the leisure to photograph as we improvise. Haunted by images inherited from Russian constructivism to radical architecture, his photographs are very graphic. Between “Enfin seul” in 2000 and “Grand Sud” initiated in 2012, Jérôme has produced a dozen series born of his introspections and his perception of the contemporary world. He also works with luxury houses such as Dior, Château La Coste or Richard Mille for special orders in which his artistic writing can express itself. Represented by the Galerie Vieille du Temple since 2011, he has his first solo exhibition in 2012. The gallery will represent him at the Salon ART PARIS / ART FAIR at the Grand Palais in Paris in 2016.