Born in Paris in 1973, Walter Jacques Taieb started his career as a musician. After studying at Juilliard, he performed as a conductor in classical concert around Europe. As a composer, his symphonic compositions were performed at the Sydney Opera, The Royal Albert Hall in London and released by Sony Classical and RCA Red Seal. He Also composed and produced a significant number of hit songs such as the Dance Music Classic “I Luv U Baby” featured this year on more than 100 compilation albums on Itunes. He has sold over 25 million records so far in his career.
Walter has also worked as a video graphic artist who created visual content for US television networks and music videos.
Now expanding his creativity to conceptual photography, he is one the leader of the Humanist Art Movement. His critically acclaimed Portraits Through Books project is anchored in the tradition of the Dada Movement, Pop Art and the Dusseldorf school of photography.