Influenced by photographer Henri Cartier Bresson, Gaël Judic started taking photos as an adolescent. A trip to Africa inspired the publication of a book: August in Africa. The Nikon School of Paris allowed him to perfect his photographic technique. The success of his work is also due to his aerial shots of the Banc d’Arguin National Park, as well as his photographic homage to his companion, Evelyne. Gaël’s “Images that Speak” offer a combination of the visual and the auditory, allowing viewers to discover a new dimension to his work. His is a spiritual world, a dreamlike vision to which the photographer opens us up.