Laurent Geslin discovered photography while studying History of Art. He also had a passion for wildlife and inspired by the work of Stephen Dalton and Jim Brandenburg he started taking wildlife photos. During a 10 year period when he lived in London he worked on an urban fox photo project, while earning his living as a commercial photographer. As well as wildlife photography he has a passion for portraiture and reportage.
Laurent has had exhibitions of his work in Geneva on Refugees and also on the theme of Water. His latest exhibition, ^Urban Safari^ shows how animals modify their survival strategy to the endless expansion of our towns and proves that photographers do not need to travel across the world to take exciting wildlife photographs.