My name is Thomas Hammoudi, and I live in Rouen (Normandy).

My artistic training is musical at the origin, for the photography my knowledge came from a good dose of self-teaching (thanks to all that is in the bibliography). I also hold The Blog, my kind-of-travel-notebook where I empty my head of its ideas on photography to make room for news and doing so, continue to advance. It’s all in french but if I can write your langage, maybe you can read mine 🙂

Concerning the photography, I like the images sober or even sanitized, often based on black and white. My main photographic influences are: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Joël Meyerowitz, Alex Webb, Saul Leiter, Louis Faurer, Robert Frank, Josef Koudelka, William Eggleston, et William Klein.

The subject that interests me most is the city and its appropriations by Man, including me. I discovered a certain taste for street photography during 2016, which lead to the Intercité project.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to use the contact form, I’ll answer you with great pleasure.