Charles Giraudet's earliest memory takes place in his father's photo studio in Paris, France. After completing his architecture studies, he moved to New York and worked on projects large and small for over 15 years.
Giraudet came back to photography when he started to look at the camera itself as an architectural artifact -- a room that captures light and fragments of life. A small camera collection ensued with which he has taken images around the globe.
His interests revolve around concepts familiar to architects -- perception, identity, memory, scale, transformation, the body in space, etc..--, and the documentation of the human experience as it is manifested in space.
His latest project, the documentation of the Goldwater Hospital on Roosevelt Island, NY has been published on line by The Architectural League among others. The New York Times has published it in the ALBUM series of the Sunday TImes Metro section in May 2014.
Charles is also available for assignments.
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