Born 1943, France. Lives and works in London and New York.
Albert Giordan did research in applied photography before joining the DATAR Mission, where he was interested in commercial areas on the outskirts of cities, and signs, which he made abstract by creating montages with a digital technique that was cutting-edge for the time. In 1992, he, writer Michaël Glück and two other photographers participated in another commission, which was published in Les Grandes Lignes. However, commissions are a marginal part of his work because he has focused on studio photography since then.