Vincent Lagrange is a photographer who specialises in animal portraiture. He was born in Antwerp, Belgium in 1988 as the son of Marc Lagrange.
Growing up in his father’s studio, he inherited a passion for portraiture and love of studio life. Through first-hand experiences of seeing techniques in action, he learned the creativity and skills required to turn dreams into reality. This pursuit of knowledge, professional study and practice is one that he’s followed throughout his life.
His work aims to capture an animal’s inner energy by building a relationship that’s based on trust, kindness, and openness. Lagrange Vincent has documented everything from dogs and cats to fish, turtles, birds, cheetahs, and many others. Whether it’s a beloved house pet, a rescue animal or a protected species in the wild, his work shows that every animal is worthy of respect.
Vincent’s on-going series of portraits, known collectively as The Human Animal Project, is built around a single mission: to give animals a voice through the power of the photographed image which will allow them to tell their own story.