" look deep into nature and you will understand everything better ”
conscious approach

A graduate of the National School of Photography in Arles, I practiced analogue photography for more than thirty years (https://archives-julierozenn.weebly.com/). The problem of waste treatment led me towards more ecological practices. I found passion in engaging in linocut as it requires a significant amount of time and effort to create the artwork. Each detail demands careful attention and concentration, allowing me to fully immerse myself in the creation process. I only practice cyanotypes (non-toxic and non-polluting ferric photographic process, dating from 1842), linocut, and handpainted prints (recyclable support). I now use environmentally friendly materials.


After graduating, I followed an internship at the Atelier de restauration et de conservation des photographies (Photographic Restoration and Conservation Workshop of the City of Paris), then at the Carnavalet Museum. A few months of assisting a gallery owner allowed me to participate in setting up exhibitions and organizing photography auctions.

After practicing stage photography, life brought me back to Brittany where I worked away from photography for fifteen years, without ever stopping my practice.

After six years of assistant to the director in a theater, I decided to reconnect with photography.

In August 2021, following my diagnosis of Soukhareva* autism (a name that I prefer to Asperger's involved with nazism) I decided to devote myself to linocut, cyanotype and handpainted prints.

*Grunya Efimovna Sukhareva is the first psychiatrist to pathologies Autism Spectrum Disorder. She described, in 1925, what we now call "high-functioning autism". Her work predates that of Kanner and Asperger by 18 years.

– Albert Einstein –