Nathanaël DJIMBILTH is a self-taught Franco-Congolese artist photographer, based between Friborg (Switzerland) and Paris.
In February 2002, he arrived in France, in the suburbs of Paris, to escape mainly the chaos in which Congo was plunged following a succession of civil wars in the 90s.
In 2008, while he was studying Finance and Accounting, he opted, as part of a study project on "indifference", for photography as the main didactic support. Since then, he kept being passionate about this art.
Seeing photography as a way to immortalize each living moment, he begins very early to sign his pictures with the leitmotif "aeterno praesenti" for "eternal present".
In 2016, after working for five years as a buyer, he decided to take a break to abandon himself to his passion.
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