Vincent Catala lives and works between Europe and Brazil, where he moved in spring 2013. In 2000, he graduated from McGill University with a Master Degree in Intellectual Property. He became a photographer in 2006 after having experienced various trades.
In his assignments as in his personal works, Vincent discusses and contextualizes the bonds between the individual and his space, and their subjective representations : loneliness, freedom, place in the world .
Focusing on long-term projects, he regularly works for public and private assignments related to urban planning and architecture. Vincent is also a portraitist and thus collaborates with music labels and the press (Le Monde, Télérama, The Sunday Times Magazine).
Since 2012 he has been involved in a personal research focusing on the evolution of the city of Rio de Janeiro. His work has been the subject of various exhibitions in Paris, Amman, Arles, Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro, Tbilisi, Braga and was awarded several prizes.
Vincent is a member of Agence VU’.