“All photos are accurate.
None of them are the truth.”
"As the majority of my clients are art galleries or architects, I always move in a studio or on a building site with my cameras, lenses, light stands, flashes, cables, tripod, laptop... In short, with thousands of euros of equipment on me, I could quickly become a target for pickpockets.
For several years now, I have therefore adopted the strategy of going incognito by refusing to use classic camera bags. Indeed, I buy suitcases and sports bags that look like nothing.
However, dealing with certain clients, I sometimes have the impression of not looking very professional. Since my bags don't have compartments, I use thick ski socks to store and protect my lenses. "
Worried that your bag might fall over?
Our bags stand steady on their two solid non-slip feet.
Not able to carry your computer in your bag?
Our [MESSENGER/290mm] can fit up to a 16" laptop with all your gear.
Bothered that your bag doesn't look as professional?
Our products remain pro with a discreet and elegant style.
Nervous when your lenses are shaky in your bag?
Our system of dividers keeps each of your items in place.
Annoyed to search for your accessories indefinitely ?
The bright red interior helps you to find them instantly
Attentive to keep the studio spotless?
The water-repellent exterior can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth
Tired of a badly distributed load ?
Our strap protect your shoulders thanks to a soft and breathable cushioning surface.
Scared about pickpockets in public transports?
The zipper pullers can fold against you, so no one can touch them without attracting your attention.
Stuck inside by a heavy rainfall?
Take your umbrella while our bag keep your gear dry.
"I was loaned the [MESSENGER/290mm] for a two-day photo shoot in London. It's a good format: thanks to the compartments I was easily able to pack my MacBook Pro, my two SLR cameras, one 50mm, one 24mm, and one 105mm, a few flashes and my set of accessories. This represents at least 12kg, and I confirm that the shoulder strap absorbs the weight well.
When I got to Saint Pancras station, I was surprised by a terrible downpour. To reach my hotel, a 5-minute walk away, I preferred to run in the rain rather than wait in the long queue of taxis. My gear stayed dry and well maintained."