The work of photographer Timothée Elkaïm is sober, yet radical in its efficiency. His tightly framed and carefully composed images break with our customary ways of seeing, offering a unique and fragmented perspective of our world and the objects that occupy it.
Educated at the l’Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, followed by a Masters from L’Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Arts Décoratifs de Paris, Elkaïm’s first official commission was for Double, which evolved into a fruitful, creative collaboration over the next few years.
Since then, he has worked for mayazines such as The Gentlewoman, AnOther, and BuffaloZine, and clients such as Hermès, Céline, Louis Vuitton, Charlotte Chesnais, and Kenzo
In 2015, Elkaïm did the cinematography of IRO, a music video set in Tokyo for the artist and musician Oko Ebombo.