Sarah Moon is a french photographer born in 1941. In 1970 started photographing and became famous by shooting the campaign of Cacharel. She works themes as childhood, feminine, death and loneliness. Sarah Moon tries to disconnect from reality, placing the model in a fiction, in a story that she creates in her mind to seek that moment of beauty. The result of the developing process, often made by Patrick Toussaint, and its accidents evoque the passage of time and degradation adding to her photography a certain fragility and delicacy.