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Lives in Tokyo ∙ Local in Reykjavik, Paris, Berlin
Photographer ∙ Videomaker ∙ Shiba 犬 Lover
Adventure ∙ Nature ∙ People ∙ Culture

Timothée Lambrecq is a French self-taught visual artist working primarily with photography and video.

After living in Reykjavik for a while and capturing iconic and underground Icelandic sceneries, he made Tokyo his new base and Japan his new playground.

Privileging dynamism and authenticity over perfection and heavy post-production processes, he likes to document his journey, seizing unforgettable souls, eye-catching landscapes, and slices of life to create one-of-a-kind narratives.

He has been working under the same ethos for years, a constraint-less approach in which he intends to share his vision and invite the viewers to be part of the experience.

His visuals are tinged with spontaneity and sincerity, capturing the singularity of the panoramas, moments, and humans that cross his path and lens.

The progressive perspective he unfolds deconstructs photo-documentary and video-making preconceived ideas, giving him more freedom and flflexibility in formats, aesthetics, and components.

More recently, he has been captivated by the beauty of nature and has made it one of his main topics. Timothée creates images witnessing the fast evolution of natural elements caused by climate change and environmental issues in a global context.

He plays with lights, seasons, and landscapes to emphasize the earth’s changing temper over time. En- gaging, poetic, and conscious, this part of his recent work questions how humans interact with and are affffected by their ever-changing surroundings.

As a collaboration-driven artist, Timothée enjoys contributing to the music and culture scenes.

He has teamed up with the creative industry’s mainstays, including Studio Olafur Eliasson, Björk JFDR, Kom_I, Yasuhiro Suzuki, ATARASHII GAKKO!, coming up with his vision and perspective to enhance his collaborators’ works.

He has been commissioned by many clients, from travel companies to groundbreaking creative studios, and has been published in media such as BBC News, i-D, Transit, Financial Times, GQ, VICE, and WIRED JP, among many others.
Finally, he received support from offifficial institutions such as The Scandinavia – Japan Sasakawa Foundation or the Japan Embassy of Iceland for his project Heikō/Heild, connecting Japan and Iceland.

Anakena production
Bosch
Bunshun (株式会社文藝春秋)
Carolina Herrera
Condenast
Discover Japan
DjBroadcast
Dottir Management
Iceland Airwaves
Iceland Music Export
Lululemon
Monopo
Mutek JP
Office Artist
Protein
Quaras
Rhyzomatiks
Sanu
Someone Shoes
Studio Olafur Eliasson
The Reykjavik Grapevine
The University of Tokyo
Transit Magazine
Unicef
Virgin
Voyageurs du Monde
Wired JP

BBC News
Billboard
Booooooom
Chorareii
Crack Magazine
De Volkskrant
DesignBoom
DjBroadcast
Exit Magazine
Groove Magazine
iD
Neut Magazine
Mixmag
Pitchfork
Radical art review
The Quietus
The Reykjavík Grapevine
The Financial Times
Trax Magazine
UnderTheRadar
VICE
Wired Jp

Heikō/Heild
Tiers gallery, Tokyo - 2021
Self published book (80 copies)

Lack
Debris, Tokyo - 2020

Nature & adventure
Jardins en Scène - Neuilly-sous-Clermont - 2016
Maison du Velo - Nancy - 2016

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