Professional photographer born in Lyon (France) in 1968, Cyrille Dubreuil, member of the French professional photographers union UPP (Union des Photographes Professionnels) and ASMP (American Society of Media Photographers), has been specialized himself in the fields of architecture, industry and construction for 20 years.
In Hong Kong where he lived from 2000 to 2006, he worked on city landmarks such as the two tallest towers (Two International Finance Center, International Commerce Center), the Ngong Ping 360 cable car, the Guangdong Province liquefied natural gas terminal and the CSPC Nanhai petrochemicals Project in China, working for major companies like the MTR Corporation, Henderson Land, Sun Hung Kai, Bechtel, Bouygues… as well as for the Government (Architectural Services Department).
Back to Paris, France, he organized construction photographic follow-up of several electric power stations in Pont-sur-Sambre, Bayet and Toul, and worked with architects, agencies and property developers on public or private residential properties or offices.
In Milan, Italy, from 2013 to 2016 he shared his time between France and Italy increasing his expertise in office buildings photography and large-scale logistic platforms. In New York from 2016 to 2019 he photographed more than 300 logistic buildings all over the US and his photographic project “The Bow” will be selected for an exhibition at the Agora Gallery in Chelsea, NY.
Now based in New York he will continue to build and offer his own vision and photographic aesthetic on the city and urban landscapes.
His architectural or construction photographs can be found in many companies annual reports or brochures, architecture agencies portfolios, public services communications tools and books.