In a post-collapsed world, a three member familly try to survive in a lost house without quite anything. Surrounded by the deep haunted contryside, they discovered a new way of life.
Franco-Canadian photographer. Born in Tours (France), has been living in Montreal (Quebec, Canada) for seven years then he’s been staying in Japan with his familly for three. He’s currently based in France. Frederic Froument started working as a photographer in 1994 for press magazines and corporate communication . He’s been collaborating with major media companies, international magazines and newspapers for 22 years. His work finds its roots in the dubious boundary between fiction and reality. His personal world tends to combine traditional « street photography » with an imaginary vision that weaves a fine fabric between the intimate narrative and cinematography. In the last ten years, he has been exploring « Urban myths » via a series of pictures-nouvelles called « New Babylon Stories » in China and Japan. Then, for two years, he’s working on city-branding in Kumamoto, Japan. Now based in France, his creation try to focus on the “Intimate Collapsus Imagination”.