Comte directed and produced his first feature film in 3D, The Girl from Nagasaki, retelling of the classic opera, Madame Butterfly.
Michel Comte photography is an enourmous inspiring source, his pictures for various publications like vanity fair are fresh and have a certain look and feel, his fashion shots and portraits of stars have made him famous, as has his photo journalism:
moving close-ups of people and of children from Iraq, Afghanistan and Bosnia, for example. His latest work is for the Formula One:
Fortunately I could retrieve a homepage or website directly associated with Comte,Michel Comte.
Formula One has always fascinated me more so than cars, even. I wanted to find out about the sort of people who are prepared to take it to the limit, about what they’re like, and about where they come from. I wanted to do something no one’s done before: my personal portrayal of motor racing. On celluloid and in photographs. At one point I then met with Michael Schumacher. Through him, I got to know the drivers and team bosses a little better.