Fred Sablon is a Belgian photographer born in the late 70s.
When he was 14, his grandmother gave him his first silver process camera, and a simple and basic box of films. A passion was born and it became his job.
Graduated from the Photographic School of Brussels (INRACI) in 2000, he started the first part of his career as a Press photographer. Six years of rich and intensive learning including trips to Africa, Afghanistan, Canada and US, meetings and exposures to true sides of life.
His work was published in many magazines and newspapers.
In 2006, his career took a new turn and he started to focus on the pure essence of the image. He worked for challenging and demanding industries such as fashion, advertising and architecture.
After 16 years of experience in a wide variety of subjects, it was time for him to share his vision through more personal and creative projects, achieved on limited and unique editions basis.
These eye-catching and non-commercial clichés attract and scare at the same time. His brilliant work has been shown for the first time with the series of portrait pictures: “The Walkins” in 2015 and « Silence Tchernobyl” in 2016.
There are 2 artworks