Jarl Ale Alexandre de Basseville de Loritello graf
motionmaker Paris, France
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Count Prince Jarl Alexandre Alesund Ale de Basseville de Normandie de Loritello graf von Conversano é Lecce duGrand de Robertiens , descendant of the 1st king Harald of Norway, was born in Bordeaux on July 8th, 1970, land of Aliénor of Aquitaine. He is one of the last direct descendants of the lineage of Viking and Norman kings. His first exhibitions as a paintor, organized by a big New Yorker agent will make him famous all around the world at the age of 18.These various experiences allowed him to be recognized amongst others by the Metropolitan Museum of New York and experts from the world of arts Some of his photos become legendary in some fashion & trend magazines and will place him among favorites. He moved to Los Angeles in the early 2000 with the aim to create his own photo studio and fully assume its role as artistic director. He also met Hollywood stars such as Jane Fonda, Laura Dern, Salma Hayek, Tom Cruise, Val Kilmer, Brad Pitt etc ... Also within the music scene where he met the Guns & Roses, Michael Jackson, Korn, Marilyn Manson, Christina Aguilera, Pink, etc NGOs and associations sector is an integral part of his life. He was carried away by the speeches of Elizabeth Taylor and was, at the age of 19, engaged in the fight against AIDS by making painting happenings intended to represent the violence of the disease (AIDS) and harvest funds. His mobilization continues today around another equally important cause: provide work and education to girls and women in some developing countries: “Womanity Foundation”, represented by Mr. Yann Borgstedt. He is now decided to get politically involved in France, his country, in a Europe of culture and tradition for which he considers himself as a representative through his charisma and his manner Viking. Affected by a genetic disease, Jarl Alé is disabled and he understands the need to fight for the construction of special infrastructures and improve the life and integration of disabled people.