Abstraction has often been Thomas Gigot’s guiding principle. Look for a certain sketch, a graphic design, do not directly define the thing seen. Let the viewer’s eye form his own vision, his own idea. Do not orient your mind by a title, let it find its own emotion. His landscapes are real or sometimes unreal or even become so and are used to compose paintings.
"I have always sought to have my point of view, my eye, not to be fundamentally different from other photographers, but to bring my vision. I hope you will be sensitive to it."