Are you in need of inspiration? Find out which Instagram accounts have caught our eye this week.


We hardly know anything about Charliejoe, except for his interest in the 35 mn film! This recent account is filled with lovely portraits captured in the wilderness. A gallery inviting you to get in touch with your roots.

© charliejoe / Instagram


American artist Hayden Clay’s multiple exposure photographs invite dreams into daily scenes. The rose tones of the film pictures give this account a true identity. Welcome to an intimate and contemplative world.

© Hayden Williams / Instagram


“Deam maker”, this is what we can read on Tyler Gray’s website. This commercial director’s photographs take us away, indeed, into a silent and reflective landscape, lit by cars’ headlights and the glow of dawn.

© Tyler Gray / Instagram


Street photographer Ignasi Raventós likes natural light. It is the “protagonist of each scene”, projecting gigantic shadows on the walls, revealing faces and details. An account that piques our curiosity.

© Ignasi Raventos / Instagram


Creator of visual content Laetitia Modine reveals here her personal universe. A minimal account, flirting with abstraction, where neon lights meet urban geometry. Each picture comes with a single word, inviting us to enter her intimate world.

© Laetitia Modine / Instagram


Born in the United Kingdom, Oli McAvoy started his career in the United States, where he currently works as a studio director for a renowned fashion photographer. For several years, he has been developing cinematic and photographic projects, two universes we find back on his Instagram account.

© Oli McAvoy / Instagram


Based in Oakland, California, photographer Gwen Coyne is fascinated by arts and psychology. Poetry and intimacy emerge from this black and white account. The world, as she pictures it, revolves around her 7 year-old daughter.

© Gwen Coyne / Instagram