On the web site of Swissinfo from July 9th, 2023, you can look at the portraits of Stuart Russell, a British computer scientist known for his contributions to artificial intelligence (AI), shot in Geneva, Switzerland.
On May 10th, 2023, I was commissioned to take portraits for Renalco website regarding their new corporate identity.
Ce workshop est axé autour de la Fête de la Musique en y associant la prise d’images et le reportage photographique.
The photographer Didier Ruef presents his book 2020 at the RTS TJ 12h45, Swiss French Television, on December 6th, 2021.
Fête de l’escalade. Photographies et éditing – Leica Akademie Suisse. 11-12 Décembre 2020 – 12 Janvier 2021
Join us for a photo workshop during the ” Fête de l’escalade” in Geneva.
Last night, seated on my sofa, I was surprised to look at my picture of the Gay Pride parade on Léman Bleu Télévision in their tv program “Autrefois Genève”.
Thanks to Marco Cortesi for taking a picture during the lecture about my book Recycle at Festival dell’Ambiente e della Sostenibilità at Teatro Verdi in Milan, Italy.
Thanks to Magali Dougados for taking my portrait before my lecture at Société de Lecture in Geneva, Switzerland.
Thanks to Clément Grandjean for taking a picture during my lecture at Reporters Unplugged in Uni Dufour, Geneva, Switzerland.
My book Homo Helveticus is on sale at Leica Store Genève in Downtown Geneva. The book Fractures is a book published by my friend, Olivier Vogelsang. We both were together when our books were printed by EBS / Editorial Bortolazzi-Stei.
My book Homo Helveticus is on sale at Payot bookshop in Downtown Geneva. Don’t be shy and offer the book as gift to your friends.
A great snapshot from my friend Patrick Lopreno Gilliéron during my interview about the book Homo Helveticus at the Swiss French Television, on December 10th, 2018.
The photographer Didier Ruef presents his book Homo Helveticus at the RTS (Swiss French Television) TJ 12h45 on December 10th, 2018
You are invited at the Librairie Le vent des Routes in Geneva on December 4, 2018 for the launch of my book Homo Helveticus. A glass of wine and a slice of panettone will be offered to all visitors by Géo Découverte, my partner for the photo workshops.
The workshop will take place in the Humanit’Art gallery (Rue du Diorama 14, 1205 Genève) on Saturday 1st of September. The participants will be guided to their own way of looking at their projects and in editing their work.