Jean-christophe Dick is a fine art photographer based in Los Angeles. As a young boy, he was fascinated by aviation, being born in an multi-cultural family, he started to travel at a very young age. He later pursued his passion in aviation by becoming a pilot and a consultant in aviation affairs. Around the same time that he became a pilot he discovered photography which allowed him to capture his travels and document the skies he flew.
The rigor, training and exploration he learned in aviation, he applied to photography. By building on a solid base of established photography practices, he pursued new methods and techniques of photography. One of these methods was infrared photography.Using custom modified cameras, Jean-christophe is able to capture light that goes unseen to the human eye. After working on the captured information, he is able to render it so that it can be seen. The rendered images are a new unseen perspective on what would be a familiar scene.