Mathieu GROSCHE is from France, he lives and works in Montreal since 2010.
He studied design in France, Romania and Canada. Design projects in which he participated were exposed internationally : Red dot design museum in Essen, Germany (2010), Biennale internationale de design de Saint-Etienne, France (2010), Centre de design de l'UQAM, Montreal (2012), Bellastock ephemeral architecture festival in Montreal (2014).
He jumped into photography in 2005 after finding an old Lomo camera at a flea market in Romania. Since he became involved in documentary film projects shot in Romania and Turkey. As part of these documentaries he was in charge of a photoreport that has been shown at the screening of various film festivals. This expedition also resulted a personal exhibition which has been shown at the cultural café Le rendez-vous in Strasbourg and at the art and design festival là ou il pleuvine in Saulieu, France (2010).
His photographic work primarily seeks to document unusual lifestyles in particular territories such as the life of a gold prospector in Yukon (Canada), contemporary artists project in a fisherman island (Canada), Illegal miners in a ghost mining town (Morocco)...