Damien Grenon was born in 1979 near Rouen, France.
He works and lives in Paris, France.
Photography was early a passion for him, as he grew up seeing his grandfather spent most of his spare time with a camera or in a dark room.
After having been a photographer's assistant for several years, he started seriously working on his photography in 2003 and specialized in portrait.
He has worked for many different magazines such as Biba, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Glamour, Le Figaro, Le Monde, Le Nouvel Observateur, Marie-France, Red, Rolling Stone, Télérama.
His portraiter work leads him to shoot musicians, designers, writers, actors, politicians ... as well as numerous persons for lifestyle press subjects.
He also has worked on assignments for various companies:
Apave, Audiens, Bain & Co, Banque Populaire, Bic, BNP Paribas, Crédit Agricole, DCNS, EDF, ESSEC, Europ Assistance, France Inter, France Télévisions, General Electric, Gites de France, Groupe M6, HSBC, K-Line, L'Oréal, la MAF, McKinsey & Co, MMA, MNH, Monoprix, Natixis, Rothschild & Co, Saur, SFR, Skoda, SPIE, STE, VISA, Volkswagen, Weldom.

In 2000, his work - Self-Portraits - was showed within a group exhibition (Hippolyte Bayard, Dityvon, Yves Guillot, Jean Marquis, Bernard Plossu, Denis Roche, Marc Trivier...) at Nord Pas-de-Calais Regional Center of Photography, in Douchy-les-Mines, France.
In 2012, his work - Entrance halls - was showed within a group exhibition (Bill Brandt, Larry Fink, William Klein, Willy Ronis, Jean-Loup Sieff...) at Espace Architecture La Cambre Horta, in Brussels, Belgium.
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