I’m a 28 years old vagabond traveler from Montreal. At the age of 18 I left home for 2 years to experience and travel the world. Discovering photography as my life passion I went back to Montreal from 2011 to 2012 to study photography at School. Since my studies are done, I have been away from Canada, traveling from continents to continents, countries to countries achieving a world portraits and street photography project where cultures and traditions meet.
During the past 7 years, I have been moving and exploring around different beautiful and remotes communities of this world. Living everywhere and nowhere, a world travel and some photography project! A backpack, few recycled pieces of clothes and a camera, I explore and live in different places of the world to experiment cultures, capture and create beauty facing reality of people in their environment.
In the street, on the road, from far country side to cities I move around remote places to contemplate, live and photography different cultures.
Different cultures, different environments, different social and politics conditions, I capture portraits ; light, shadow, lines and love of Peoples to bring beauty on reality.
This series is a selection of portraits of few years travelling around the world.
A bit about the Himba tribe in Namibia :
In the remote Kaokoland, on the Kunene river region, I explored and photography the beautiful people of the Himba Tribe.
They are a semi-nomadic tribe. Taking care of the livestock and moving the herds in search for water and pasture the Himba man is a shepherd. The Himba woman will take care of the maïs crops, the village, and the children…
Website : www.vincentkarcher.com