Coming from the film industry, Nicolas Guérin turns to photography at the age of 30. A self-taught man, he doesn't give up the seventh art for all that. A cinema photographer, he makes himself known shooting professionals such as Tim Burton, Quentin Tarantino ou Martin Scorsese. He fulfils his passion for old geniuses of the cinema industry by capturing them during some meetings in Cannes or Berlin. Only two years after he started as a professional photographer, he was publishing his book A Hundred Contemporary Filmmakers and exhibiting his shots (attention VF à travail au lieu de à travers) throughout the world, from the Institut Lumière (Lumière Institute) in Lyon to the cinema festival of Yokohama with an unmissable visit to the Palais des festivals (Palace of Festivals and Conferences) in Cannes.
Sometimes, he prefers travelling around the world and shooting nude girls in Polaroid. Likewise, when he isn't a portraitist, he can very easily become a fashion photographer for an international campaign and then creates the covers of The Guardian, Time Magazine, GQ, Le Nouvel Observateur, Elle, Vogue or else Télérama. Settled in Montreuil, where he has made his own studio, he now shares his time between portraits, fashion, and personal projects.