Alexandre de Mortemart (b. 1961, Paris, France) is known for his Black & White photographs of both the figure and the landscape.

Travelling around the world from Japan to India across the United States, Paris, Switzerland and now in London, photography has been his mean of expression since the age of 14.

He got his first professional assignment in the mid 80’s for weekly magazines in Japan where he resided for five years. Upon his return to Paris, he exhibited in 1988, FRAGMENTS, at the Musee Thiers.

He then collaborated with newspapers Le Figaro, Liberation, Le Monde magazines Elle, Vogue, l’Egoiste among others till the mid 90’s then ventured into cinema and started directing short and documentary movies.

The serie CITY SOULS, shot in color in London depicts in abstract form, a lyrical evocation of humans in the urban environment, emphasising architectural mass and form to depict solitude, work, love. Men and women in the metropolis as virtually empty.

He now lives between Paris and London.