Underwater Archeology Studio - Teddy Seguin
Graduated from the National School of Photography in Arles in 2002, Teddy Seguin worked on underwater archeological operations since 15 years as a photographer. After many experiences in the west and on emblematic shipwrecks like La Natière in Saint-Malo for the Drassm and Adramar, , he joined the South of France in 2009. If his underwater experience expands on sites Like the excavation and lifting of the roman boat Arles-Rhône 3, he nevertheless continues his personal artistic work. At the same time, he specializes in production of 3D photogrammetric surveys, such as on Caska site in Croatia or the wreck of the Jeanne-Elisabeth in Maguelone (Herault) or Bloscon in Roscoff (Finistère). ). Referenced by major publishers, he regularly publishes his work in international magazin such as The National Geographic (2009, 2012, 2013) or national as Archeologia or in monographs like De l'Archeonaute à l'André Malraux by Michel L'Hour (Actes Sud, 2012); Arles-Rhône 3, le naufrage d'un chaland antique dans le Rhône (Actes Sud, 2011); or la mer pour mémoire, Underwater Archeology of the Atlantic wrecks (Somogy edition of Art, 2005).