Adrien Dubost : visual references on the theme of mass farming with a series of images that juxtaposes objects from industrial cultivation with flowers and vegetables
Adrien Dubost shooting for Lampoon Issue 24
Taking inspiration from the documentary Kiss the ground, on mass farming, Adrien Dubost offers a vision of how human action suffocates the earth working with set designer Sarah Parker to find the right props and create the organic compositions. The idea for the shoot was born out from the need to show how humans suffocate the ground. Along with Parker, Dubost managed to find the right props and create organic compositions putting in relation some ‘mass farming equipment’ and some organic elements and to show how these techniques can affect the ground.
London based photographer represented by Picture Club. After graduating from a French business school Adrien Dubost worked as a production assistant in Barcelona for two years. It was there that he discovered his passion for photography, deciding to pursue it at the London Institute of Photography. After taking part in courses taught by Holger Pooten, founder of the school, Dubost decided to specialize in portraiture and still life photography. He now balances his time between personal projects and editorials