Originally from Paris, Franck Bohbot is a photographer, director and visual artist exploring the extraordinary of everyday life. He lives between Brooklyn and Los Angeles.
Franck's dream-like style, and carefully constructed compositions elevate the ordinary. He has a talent for leading the viewer's gaze more deeply into his images, enticing them to linger.
TRY AGAIN, WITH MARTA THE MARTIAN
His photographic work inhabits a space between reality and fantasy, documenting and storytelling, every frame—to borrow a phrase from Nan Goldin—like a still from a nonexistent film.
SUGAR CAFE, FROM HIS BOOK "LIGHT ON NYC"
SILVER LAKE, WITH SIERRA PRESCOTT
Rendering public spaces, street scenes, and architectural sites of interest in his distinctive painterly palette, he documents inanimate structures with all the sensitivity of a human portrait, as though constructing an imaginary archive of social spaces for a post-apocalyptic time capsule.
ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD
Using long exposures, natural and fluorescent light, the images take on a richness of colour and detail which contrast with the sense of melancholy which permeate the images.
RESPECT THE ARCHITECT
HOUSE OF BOOKS
Franck's work has been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, Wired, New York Magazine, TIME, National Geographic, Marie Claire, Vogue, Architectural Digest, Aesthetica, and many others.
IGGY POP, MIAMI
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For assignments, please contact
KATE RYAN in New York