Didier Carré lives in Paris, a stone’s throw away from the Quartier Pigalle, a neighborhood near the Moulin Rouge. After studying classics and photography, he became an assistant to the official photographer of the French National Opera in Paris. After that, he was manager of a black and white photographic laboratory for several years. His passion for photographing women developed so strongly that he decided to devote himself full-time to his art. His models are at the very center of his research, and they are proud to show aspects of themselves you won’t see anywhere else, and after visiting his galleries your perception of so-called "cover-girls" will be changed forever.