Eliott Brunet discovers photography at 17 by stumbling on an old Nikon FA in the bottom of
a cupboard which used to belong to his father. He scoops out his inspiration from hip-hop
culture, as well as in films from Wenders or Van Sant, at John Coltrane’s, or else in Willy Ronis’s
photographs." A successful photography is a photography which causes a feeling to the one who
looks at it, no matter which ". Strengthen by this thought, he forces himself to deliver cliches
borrowed from a powerful realism. Therefore, he succeeds in never leaving us detached.