Lives and works in Paris in the historic district of Montmartre. Jean-Jacques Pallot, who graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière, is a still life photographer, using his talent developing the art of perception. For several years, he has been expressing himself on a territory of images where he transcribes his artistic bias in a refined aesthetic, putting singular objects and surprising textures in beautiful « mises en scène ». Jean-Jacques Pallot produced « Milky Landscapes », a series that gave birth to two exhibitions for the Milk Factory Gallery. It displayed a new approach of the milk, fruit of a patient research on this particular texture. The artist captures the poetry of an imperceptible reality for an instant, paradox of photography that fixes displacements. Projected, thrown, splashed, milk becomes the material for a sheer experimentation. This white immaculate world transforms itself into trees covered in creamy snow. Jean-Jacques Pallot challenges the silence of still life, mastering the art of creating a world made of shapes that draws imagination, where everybody can build its own mythology. He carries his approach to the extreme, shifting towards abstract art.