Pascal Greco is a man of many talents; he is a self-taught filmmaker, cinematographer, editor and photographer. His characteristic style of straight lines, black & white shots, geometrical contrast of tall buildings captivated us immediately.
Pascal Greco has released four photography book, “Kyoshu, nostalgie du pays” (Infolio, 2007) showcasing moments across Japan, “Seoul Shanghai Tokyo” (Idpure, 2010) which tells in pictures the contrast between modern and derelict, ignored architectures in these three large cities, “Ratrak” (Verlhac, 2012) which offers a refreshing and different view of an environment that is familiar to us by day and totally unknown and mysterious by night and “No Cliché” (Jane & Jeremy, 2013) which proposes Polaroids of architectures lost in Icelandic vastness.
Pascal Greco will release a new medium-length film called “Shadow”, with actress Asia Argento and her daughter Anna-Lou Castoldi, co-directed with Philippe Pellaud. “Shadow” will be released as a limited edition in the end of February 2018 so follow the project on Pascal’s website.