“These homes, where life actually happens, are to me the most poetic portraits you can get from a person.”
Anne-Sophie Landou is a 27 year old French photographer based in Marseilles. She takes her camera everywhere, shooting in analog and digital and capturing arrangements that inspire her artistic sensitivity. The images she collects over time come together to compose a visual diary of her day to day life.
Landou is particularly drawn to the documentation of interiors, including her own home and the homes of her friends and family. As still-life portraits, these domestic spaces reveal voyeuristic clues about the people who inhabit them.
“I happened to be a lot at home those last three years because I have been through heavy depression. Shooting my nest, which was also kind of a prison, freed me and helped me a lot.”
See more of Anne-Sophie Landou's work on her Instagram account.