Surveyor of everyday life, his camera never leaves his neck, Philippe Maquelle alias Doog Mc Hell, travels on the edge of two worlds: The real world of mortals and the imaginary magic that lives within him. And when they merge, they are the source of one and the same inspiration. Philippe is a dream catcher, a writer of images, a ferryman towards the invisible. Born in Paris, Doog Mc'Hell has been practicing photography since the age of 12. When he arrived in Marseille in 1993, he joined a professional photographic laboratory, as a printer-developer for almost 10 years. The appearance and development of digital photography, offering him unlimited creative space, he then claimed the status of artist-photographer. Influenced by Alejandro Jodorowsky, Schuiten and Moebius, his unique worlds of digital photo-montages were quickly recognized during numerous exhibitions over the past fifteen years. At the same time, Doog Mc'Hell joined an audiovisual school where he taught photography and digital image editing.