David Rousselle has been interested in photography since an early age. This interest is a response to a compulsive need to observe, analyze and record images. The photographer's approach is immersive, working as closely with his subjects as possible, favoring improvisation and intuition. This approach gradually directed him to simplify his methods and simplifying his technique and equipment. The photographer now works in black and white and in short focus length. At last, Rousselle’s photography are essentially silver-print-made and he then generates the prints with an enlarger in his photographic laboratory.
The artist observes the daily scenes of the city in motion, which he captures within tight frames. He questions ordinary beauty and challenges us.