Jean-Félix Fayolle is a French 32 years old photographer dedicated to social photography.
He first studies international business, which allowed him to travel and live in Germany and in Mexico. He lived one year in San Luis Potosi where he met some street gangs. He then dedicated himself to photography coming back each year in Mexico to follow the stories in two different poor neighbourhoods, as well as in Central America, Philippines and France. After working for the photographer Reza, he works for his own NGO Kouakilariv' (www.kouakilariv.org) and co-founded the new collective Iris Pictures (www.iris-pictures.com).
He is dedicating his art to social documentary photography with people on the fringe of societies, more specifically in urban poor areas.