Frédéric Demeuse is a photographer from Belgium, raised and based in Brussels. As a naturalist and visual storyteller, he is both witness to and interpreter of the diversity of this precious and unique planet that we all share.
From his explorations of and immersion in the most varied and remote environments, he brings us back images whose purpose is to question us on the scale of time, on our relationship to the living community, and to stir up our curiosity about what exists beyond our human condition.
Frédéric uses photography as a raw material, a permanent work of observation and research on the light, the texture and the composition of his images.
He’s an advocate for nature and its restorative effects. When we think of rainforests, we frequently do so in the context of tropical or sub-tropical regions. It’s easy to forget that there are temperate rainforests too and that these are just as precious and just as vulnerable.