FRANK MULLIEZ

ON A VOLE SUR LA LUNE

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Born in 1971, Franck Mulliez is a French pilot passionate about photography. At the age of 12, he only had eyes for the career of Philippe de Dieuleveult, dreaming of becoming a helicopter pilot like his idol and roaming the planet with his camera. Several years later, he joined an alpine hunting club while attending classes with Michel Anglade, one of the best aviators today. His dream was fulfilled at the age of 33, when he and his wife decided to travel the world and reveal its beauty through his photographs. After having travelled over ten thousand kilometres in an ultralight aircraft, his first book was a bestseller and led to his collaboration with prestigious magazines such as Geo. Since then, Frank Mulliez has produced 33 books, captured over 30 000 images ?seen from the sky? and developed an application coproduced with National Geographic. His work enables him to see the world and nature at their most beautiful, as he hopes to encourage us to preserve our planet.  ... See more See less

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To create these extraordinary images seen from the sky, you must be more than an artist, becoming an observer who sees the world from another dimension. Aerial photography reveals a different reality of a territory and its resources. For Frank Mulliez, it is a way of testifying through images to the beauty of the Earth, in order to convince us of the importance of preserving it. We Flew to the Moon was taken in 2007 in the Capitol Reef National Park in the United States. In this breathtaking representation of the world, we appreciate the pastel colours, the lunar quality of the rocks, the geological formations in unique shapes, and the old orange-coloured biplane. Flying over the American west is a long-held dream and Frank Mulliez?s realised it with an authentic 1934 Waco, whose pilot accepted to undertake a flight lasting several hours, above the desert, to serve the magic of photography.

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06 February 2017

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