A French Instagrammer with a million subscribers, the photographer Vutheara Kham had never handled a camera before becoming the influential personality that he is today, thanks to the photos taken with his Smartphone. This Norman of Cambodian origins, born in 1982, recently moved to Paris after studying as a web designer. He discovered Instagram in 2011 and took his first photos in the Rue du Louvre "looking for poetic, romantic or weird moments" as he likes to say. After an exhibition in New York in 2011, he was invited by the Parisian gallery Daniel Templon within the framework of the Social Media Week to talk about iPhotography. A glowing review in the Nouvel Observateur allowed the éditions de La Martinière to spot him in 2014 and publish a book on his extensive travels. Mercedes-Benz, Michelin, Air France, Coca-Cola, Google Maps, Roger Vivier, Samsung or Sony are all brands he collaborates with.