Born in Charleroi, Belgium, Harry Fayt graduated in advertising photography in 1998. He then followed a career path that led him to portraiture. Initially he photographed musicians, studying the physiognomy of emotions. He then turned to family photography. Photographing baby swimmers was his rite of passage to the other world, that of underwater photography. In 2012, when he met singer-songwriter Typh Barrow, he returned to his first love, the artist’s portrait… underwater. Enriched by this singularity, he embarked on a multitude of experiments that have led him to create new images. He likes to push back the boundaries of a world he has invented for himself, always with the same objective: to question, to astonish, to broaden the field of possibilities.

In 2023, he was made a “Chevalier du Mérite Wallon” by the French-speaking government of Belgium. This distinction is awarded to personalities who make Wallonia shine through their actions.