Maurice Renoma’s career took off in the 1960’s Renoma’s fashion studio situated at “Rue De La Pompe” one of the longest streets in Paris’s 16th district, known to house dignitaries and celebrities of France as early as the mid 1850’s. Maurice Renoma set out with the goal of establishing his own legacy in the historical district of Paris.
In the early years of his encompassment, Renoma enjoyed the kind familiar company, and habitué of Andy Warhol, Catherine Deneuve, Serge Gainsbourg, Jane Birkin, Brigitte Bardot, Pablo Picasso, Jean Seberg, Helmut Newton, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Yves Saint-Laurent, and even frequent visits of The Rolling Stones, all would not just be Famous customers of Maurice Renoma, but great friends and colleges as well.
In the Early 1990’s Renoma’s work took to the Frame of Photography, with a clear cut goal, to express the likes of itself as embodied in the normalcy of daily human experiences. Renoma took his passion to the streets, exploring daily life anywhere from the urban jungles of Tokyo, to rural calm of Normandy. The mission, to capture posture, and style idiosyncrasies.
Renoma’s Photographs have been shown in over one hundred galleries, luxury hotels, and exceptional venues in Asia, Europe, and the USA.