It was with a 'Goldy' Box camera, a gift from his father, that Bruno Palisson took his first photographs at the age of 10. Throughout his adolescence, he asserted himself through this medium, setting up a freelance practice at the age of 17. Three years later he began a professional career as an architectural photographer, working for agencies and magazines. At the same time, he was studying for a degree in architecture and in 1994, with his colleague Jean-Luc Calligaro, he founded the architecture agency Atelier PO & PO in Paris. In 1997 he represented the company Polaroïd in France for the brand's 50th anniversary and in 1999, he co-directed an artistic campaign for the candy brand Cachous Lajaunie as part of a collective.
Bruno Palisson, photographer and architect, has exhibited at a variety of prestigious art fairs. In 2019 he exhibited at the Voies Off des Rencontres Internationales d'Arles and was published in specialised magazines such as L'Œil de la Photographie, Fisheye and Chroniques d'Architecture. In 2020 the artist participated in the Festival les Focales du Pays d’Auge in Honfleur, in a collective exhibition at the gallery La Fabrique Contemporaine in Paris and was selected by the magazine Openeye for a virtual exhibition in collaboration with the Laboratoire Picto.