Born sixty-four years ago in Saint-Étienne (Loire), I have lived in the Toulouse region for about fifteen years and in the very heart of the Ville Rose for five years. After two photographic experiments (a brief one with a Minolta XG2 silver SLR in the 1980s and a longer one in the 2000s with a digital compact) I realized in 2010 that my equipment was becoming limited and I acquired my first digital SLR a Canon EOS 550D and there... I rediscovered photography! Self-taught, I learn shooting and post-processing techniques in specialized magazines and on forums dedicated to photography, not hesitating to submit my photos to constructive criticism. This interest in photography quickly turned into a passion and it is naturally almost unintentionally that two areas of interest emerged: First axis of my practice: architecture (in the broad sense) religious and historical buildings, urban landscapes. Second axis: work on the image of the body, its own language that can arouse questioning or even emotion when the body is staged and photographed in a certain way. The "cORpuS" series presented here is part of this second approach.