Born in Lyon (France) in 1979.
Works and lives in London, UK.
After graduating as a mechanical engineer in 2001, Jérémie Souteyrat started taking his first travel pictures. In order to discover a new culture and way of life, he quit his job in 2009 and settled in Japan.
In Tokyo, he received human centered assignments for portrait, architecture or documentary photography from some of the most prestigious newspapers and magazines (The New York Times, The Guardian, Le Monde, Elle, Der Spiegel, etc.).
In September 2014, he published his first monograph ‘tokyo no ie’, a book about Tokyo’s contemporary houses as seen from a documentary point of view.
In April 2018, he left Japan and moved to London for new challenges.
Main editorial clients: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Der Spiegel, Le Monde.
Main corporate clients: Louis Vuitton, Sotheby's, Nissan, Bouygues, Velux
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