A monochrome glimpse into Mauritius’s past
‘Light is the inspiration before anything. The language of light teaches us to feel what we see,’ says Olivier Bolton, established photographer with close ties to the Mauritius.
His monochrome masterpieces of Mauritius in years gone by seem to capture island life in all its complexity, as evidenced by the revealing and sensitive images featured in a recent profile of Olivier in Beachcomber Magazine.
As time goes by tells the story of Olivier’s background as a global portrait photographer for the likes of Vogue and ELLE, and offers plenty of insight into how the art of photography is able to evoke a story so powerfully.