Delphine Perrin has a university degree in Philosophy and then in Art History. She has always developed a cross-fertilization of interests in dance and photography, practicing or experimenting these two artistic fields in turn or simultaneously. Since 1995, she has been engaged in a plastic reflection on dance and movement, presenting her work in group and solo exhibitions.
Today, as a freelance photographer based in Angers, his photographic work takes the form of series, but the questions of the body and landscape remain anchored in the heart of the image. Delphine Perrin attaches great importance to the composition of the image; the strong lines of a landscape are a source of inspiration. According to her, the photographic gaze is above all an instinctive way to capture things, to fix a visual sensation and to question the reality of perception.
In 2009, she decided to devote herself to her artistic activity as a visual photographer, while at the same time conducting her own artistic research and commissioning. She regularly collaborates with the press, cinema and cultural structures on shows and events.