Serge Bouvet, born on December 14, 1970 in Mende, is a French photographer. As a young man, he dreamed of becoming a comic strip artist. He studied Image Spectacle and Audiovisual at the Paul Valéry Faculty in Montpellier. Graphic designer and motion designer, by profession, he started photography in 2008. He discovered the photographs of Steve McCurry, Bruce Gilden, Raghubir Singh, Raghu Rai, David Alan Harvey, Alex Webb, Mao Ishikawa… They inspired him. They helped improve his vision.
He became a professional photographer in 2012, starting in the political and corporate sphere. Even though he gained expertise on his work as a photographer, he consider himself to be an eternal amateur photographer. He views himself as a candid spectator of the world in which he lives. His work is governed by simple values: Humanism, respect and enthusiasm. Some of it has been featured by the National Geographic, Art travel, Revista Caras, La Croix, Le Nouvel Observateur, Le Figaro Magazine, Afar Maga