The Analog Club is a film enthusiasts community committed to spreading the philosophy of analog photography and encouraging a more mindful lifestyle through its slow practice.

We're building a community, a brand and a gallery around this medium.

We deeply believe in the importance of preserving analog photography and pledge to honor its culture. Enamored by its tangibility, aesthetic quality, charm, historical significance and thoughtful practice, we want to inspire more people to discover and explore this world.

How it all started.


Mexico, The beginning

After landing in Mexico with his father's Canon AE-1 for a 2-week trip, and falling in love with film photography, Mathis decided to create an Instagram page to share one inspiring picture by an analog photographer every single day.

The Analog Gallery

At the end of 2022, we launched The Analog Gallery to showcase the work of film photographers through immersive exhibitions blending images and sound.


Mathis Clamens

The Analog Club is the brainchild of Mathis. In 2016, after receiving an old Canon AE-1 from his father and getting hooked, he created the Club to spread his love for the analog medium far and wide, and foster a community of film photographers.

Léopold Fulconis

Step by step, film photography is changing Léopold's life. After shooting film and collecting vintage cameras for years, he decided to quit his job and join Mathis in this adventure. He is now overseeing the development of the Club through various projects.

Choucri Bechir

Choucri is a self-taught photographer and software developer. His journey with photography started in 2009 and quickly evolved into an obsession that is central to how he engages with the world today. He joined to the team to help with the tech, the curation and product development.

Arnaud Perquis

Meet our intern Arnaud! His "jack of all trades" and his desire to share his passion for culture is what defines him best. He is just getting started with analog photography and he joined the team to help with the communication.