Sélène de Condat is a photographer born in Paris in 1976. Her photographic work is rooted in day-to-day work, in the expertise and the ancestral knowledge of the professions. Interested in all the aspects of the life of workers, she devoted two large exhibitions to Paris’s sewage workers (she is the only woman in the world to have spent one year of her life with them in the sewer system to share their everyday life) and garbage collectors. Her latest photographic project is devoted to taxidermists. Her style is characterized by chiaroscuro.