Born in 1964, the Belgian photographer Serge Leblon originally studied cinematography at the INSAS in Brussels. From there, he began a career in photo-reportage, principally working in the Middle East and covering the war in Lebanon. Growing tired of being a reporter, Leblon started a project on 'formalisation and incommunicability' and a subsequent editorial project for The Face led to further work in fashion. He has since published work in publications including Dazed & Confused, Big, Jalouse, i-D, Self Service, Doing Bird and Purple. He has also conducted advertising campaigns for brands including Tsumori Chisato and Cacharel. In addition, Leblon has featured in exhibitions held in New York, Brussels and Tokyo. He published his first monograph in 2000, 'Serge Leblon', published by Base.
- 'Serge Leblon', Brussels, New York: Base, 2000.