Guillaume Gaudet

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“When you go to the centre of Times Square for the first time, you are overwhelmed by an explosion of colours, advertisements, luminescent screens as well as a constant flood of vehicles and people. The Broadway and Seventh Avenue crossroads has been quite rightly nicknamed the ‘Crossroads of the World.’ This photo reflects the effervescence and hyperactivity of this area.” GG

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Guillaume Gaudet

Guillaume Gaudet is a commercial and editorial photographer based in New York. He developed a taste for travel and discovering new cultures from his childhood, which he spent living in several different countries, including Spain, Argentina, and Germany. After a career in public relations in Paris, he moved to New York in 2007. As soon as he arrived, he fell in love with this bustling city. He has always been passionate about photography and the urban landscape and melting pot atmosphere of the Big Apple has become an inexhaustible source of inspiration for him. Through a particular lighting, architecture or slice of life, he strives to capture in each of his photos a little piece of the soul of the city and its energy.

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