2016 / People / Culture


  • Photographer
    Gregory Herpe

In France, with have a big community of gypsies living in south, around mediteranean sea. Nobody love them, nobody want to speak with them...They live like wild animals, apart. I try to understand their way of life since a few years, with my camera...they adopted me.

He was born in Paris in 1969 and lives in the Netherlands. As photojournalist for press agency Sopa Images, Hong-Kong, and Polaris Images, New-York, he devoted much of his time to black & white artistic photography, which he exhibited in many countries. The human being, the urban, the organization of society and the weight of customs are his favorite subjects and he always shows three things in his photos: a message, a perspective, and emotion.