Born in 1952, in France. Lives and works in Paris.
He’s graduated from the School Louis Lumière. In 2002, when Jean-François Rauzier created his first hyper-photographs, he was already an established photographer in search of a new creative method that would differ considerably from the traditional model. In Rauzier uses thousands of high-resolution close-ups views and collages them into monumental pictures thus maintaining the focus and sharpness of the smallest detail. Using digital technologies, he cuts, moves and constructs objects carefully collected during long photographic sessions to inspire a new fantastic landscape, a capricious picture or a baroque masterpiece. »