a Stockholm-based photographer, with a keen interest in band/concert photography and portraits. fernand de Beauvoir is a Nom d’Internet.


(2022-) Put it Directly into My Veins is a walk through a playlist of songs that have had an impact in navigating through music since the 1980s. it is like writing about life through songs, and no, this is not in any way connected with High Fidelity ideas: this is all about the love of music, and how it was subjected to the whims, serendipity, and some stubbornness against the trends.

in each post for these music discussions, there is a photo from the imPermanence Series.

(2020- ) It’s Beginning to and Back Again currently working on one photo per concert per camera used. these can be found under the fdbIBTABA hashtag.


although there are plenty of websites for photo-social activities, the advent of “the algorithms” and monetization seem to lower the experience/enthusiasm for me to use them.

here, it is a merge of Tumblr and Instagram, where I curate other people’s work (famous or not) under the photographers tag, and mobile photography work under mobile work tag. all other work created by me is under the personal work tag.

limiting the posts to a single paragraph and a single photo brings about an importance to the intermediary step, which is that of simplifying and seeing the fundamental of the work (of other photographers, or mine).

Instagram accounts: (temporarily disabled… uncertain of their return to activity)
Moments After A Dream— working on simplicity, a photo haiku of sorts
A.Touching.Display— statues, principally, looking at the Vanity of Grief
fernand.de.beauvoir— mainly concert photography, and some portraits
Peripheral Interiors — a Kerteszian view of little things that exists inside (someone’s) home.

main photo site:
The Liminal Eye