Géraldine Millo is a documentary photographer whose research covers the training periods proposed to young professionals in various fields. This work has led her to question the world of labour in today’s society. Through Anima, Sylva and Mare, the three photographic series that shape the backbone of her research, she explores the relationship between young people, the interaction between movement and machines as well as between the architecture and elements that inform us of the use made of our environment. Her militant studies, inspired by Foucault and Deleuze, design to question the photographic framework and on the field experience, in order to valorise the body’s immediate involvement. In addition, Géraldine Millo collaborates with architects and various companies on reportage or corporate work, portraits, events and advertising projects.