American cities are made of dreams, of whispers and old memories. As I walked across the streets of Chicago, San Francisco and New York, I wanted to portray the invisible relationship connecting people to the city they belong to, either consciously or unconsciously. My vision of these cities is thus tinted with dreams, the only way I found to express the fleeting essence of our urban lives.
Marie Laigneau is a Chicago-based street photographer. Her work is comprised of both B&W and color captures of major American cities, including Chicago, San Francisco and New York. Her photographs have been exhibited in the United States both in traditional art galleries and alternative exhibition spaces such as the Harold Washington Public Library of Chicago. Marie has been featured in photography magazines such as Art Photography Feature and National Geographic. She’s also a regular contributor of PhotoVogue, by Vogue Italia, as well as several other digital photography communities.