Gaëlle Bonilla-Durand is the first French photographer to exhibit work at Tristan's Gallery.
Her interest in photography began after winning competitions in France at the age of 16. She went on to study Visual Design and Communication at Magenta in Lyon followed by a degree in English in London where she is currently working.
Gaëlle specialises in Nudes and Portraiture, often using a model friend she has photographed since the start of her career. Her nude images are unlike any other that the gallery shows. Her style is a fusion of Man Ray and Lee Miller.
She has an outstanding, unusual and beautiful method of fine black and white nude photography.