Photographie d'art Michel d'Oultremont Belgique animaux tente


Long time nature lover, I got captivated by the animals surrounding me since an early age. I used binoculars for the first time when I was twelve years old and it suddenly clicked.

It has always been a pleasure to discover my belgian countryside searching for birds and wild mammals. I started to photography water birds when I was very young. Later on, it is mammals such as foxes, roe deer or red deer that were captured in my camera.

Now, I’m covering thousands of miles through different continents; spending hours waiting for the right moment, the right light, and the right encounter. I love taking pictures in Eastern countries, Scandinavia or the belgian Ardennes. More than ever in symbiosis with the environment, I became a wildlife photographer in 2016. For me, it is a way of life, more that a job: a passion.


Through my photography, I want to create emotions.  I try to translate Nature’s beauty by showing an aesthetic aspect of the biodiversity. More and more, it is the lights that I am looking for without weariness. They guide my images, Through their presence or absence. The environment also plays a great role : attempting to put an animal in a fairy tale setting is part of my photographic process.

I’m very lucky to be able to exhibit my photographs. Here is an overlook of some of the exhibitions I participated in :


My photographic work has been awarded in several competitions in Europe. Here is a non-exhaustive overview of some awards: