Photo Workshop with The Passenger Photography
Testimonials about Photo Workshop
|EN| The Passenger is a blog about photography, cinema, and Atmospheres. It’s about certain parts of the world, mine, or those I lived, learned, loved, wanted and suffered. The Passenger is a subtle blend of fact and fiction, intertwined. It is this world that I invite you to read and look to still dream a little, Together. The Passenger is a self portrait of every element that has made my life, that of yesterday and today, sprinkled with mystery, vitality, unanswered questions, to distant adventures, saudade, and love; above all, Love. The Passenger is an unfinished romance, as the life of a man who is still in search of what he seeks, disregarding the passing of time. To make this happen, Nicolas Pascarel wrote his first novel on May 2017 “Un dimanche entre l’hiver et le printemps, 8 heures du matin et tout bascule.” (A Sunday between winter and spring, 8 am and everything rocked.”)
|FR| Le Passager est un blog d’atmosphère sur la photographie et le cinéma. Il parle de certains endroits du monde, les miens, ceux où j’ai vécu, aimé, désiré et souffert. Le Passager est un mélange subtil de réalité et de fiction. C’est ce monde que je vous invite à lire et à ressentir pour rêver un peu ensemble. Le Passager est un autoportrait des éléments qui ont fait ma vie, celle d’hier et d’aujourd’hui, saupoudrée de mystère, d’énergie, de questions sans réponses, d’aventures lointaines, de saudade et d’amour, surtout d’amour. Le Passager est une romance inachevée, comme la vie d’un homme qui poursuit toujours une recherche, sans tenir compte du temps qui passe.
Nicolas Pascarel was born in Paris in 1966 and worked as a photographer for over twenty five years. Since the early 90’s, he has been spending most of his time in Naples, South East Asia and Havana. Nicolas managed numerous workshops in 2000 and 2002 for the Royal Academy of the Fine Arts School of Phnom Penh; in 2002 untill 2008 in the city of Chiang Rai in Northern Thailand and also Bangkok and Chiang Mai; as well as in the city of Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam in 2005 and 2006 and Fine Art school of Havana in 2001. He often collaborates with a Cambodian NGO taking care of street children in Phnom Penh. His work was exhibited in more 45 galleries across France, Italy, Germany, Holland, Spain, USA, Cuba, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and China. He also created a documentary about Cambodia called “Durant la Pluie” (During the rain) in 2004.