Photographer since 1996, Ludovic Amiot worked at first in the field of the report and of the industrial photography.

In 2001 he begins to teach in Paris in personalities' side of the photography such as Patrick Bard and Jane Evelyn Atwood, then in 2006 he becomes the assistant of the photographer Martine Franck.

Autumn, 2008, he settles down to Pornic and creates the Gallery L&A making have a dialogue the works of young artists with those of great masters of the photography of the 20th century, the adventure comes to an end two years later after an exhibition dedicated to Robert Capa.

He continues to share his vision and his approach of the photography through his training courses and through his interventions with a wide public.

So classic as experimental, his work explores a medium of an infinite wealth.
His photos are present in diverse private and institutional collections, in France and abroad.


1996 Architectures à l’Atelier 54 (Paris)

2002 Une autre réalité (Bibliothèque municipale – Achères)

2009 Univers d’un quotidien vécu (Galerie L&A, Pornic) / Sans titre (Salle du presbytère, Pornic) / Transition (eXperimenta 1 international festival of experimental photography, galerie Neue Flügel Für Ikarus, Allemagne)

2010 47°Nord (Banque Populaire Loire Atlantique) / Transition (Korbmacher Museum de Dörenhagen & galerie Wolfgang Brenner à Paderborn, Allemagne)

2011 Transition (Hôtel de France, Nantes) / Paysages with Philippe Beranger, painter(Atelier Lebras, Nantes)

2012 Paimboeuf du [territoire] où j’habite (sélection officielle ESTUAIRE 2012, le Hangar, Paimboeuf)

2013 Trash (eXperimenta 3, Museumsnacht, Paderborn, Allemagne)



47°Nord (sold out) / Transition (sold out) / 17h32 dans la vie d'un voyageur Urbain (sold out)