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marcphotography, Photographer

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Paris,   France
Marc Gysin | Born in Basel, Switzerland, he has quickly established himself at the forefront of Swiss talent in photography. His work many leading titles in his home country and abroad. In a bold move he relocated to Paris, from where he maintains proximity to his Swiss clients and where he has significantly expanded his portfolio of publications and comercial clients. As a typical Swiss citizen however he insists in keeping a pied-à-terre in his home country. He chooses to shoot digitally and stayed true to this kind of...   read more
 
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50 years old
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vicky@jaincotech  wrote about marcphotography on 02/08/11   06:09 AM     
Amazing work. Would love to see more.
Elle Leary Artistry  wrote about marcphotography on 11/17/09   02:07 PM     
Amazing and inspirational work!
sou make up artist  wrote about marcphotography on 10/12/09   10:20 AM     
cool heureuse de te voir par ici encore super tes pics sauf que j'ai du mal à les mettre en ligne !
j'espère travailler à nouveau avec toi

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