Originally from Paris, I developed a passion for photography during numerous international assignments between 1990-2000. At the same time my professional experience was enriched by meeting with Karl Lagerfeld. Working in his photographic gallery and boutique, I sharpened my aesthetic vision and developed my photographic perception.

 

Thereafter, I studied the technical aspects of photography at Studio Rouchon, a meeting place for talent and inspiration in Paris. In 2005, I was awarded the Mamiya Prize for photography before becoming freelance.

 

My photographic work is oriented towards portraits, life scenes and events. The intimate dimension is the starting point of my personal projects. I express my curiosity in a wide variety of subjects in order to tell stories in pictures.

 

In 2020, I was a finalist in National Photographic Portrait Prize and was exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery of Australia. This work was acclaimed in art reviews and the exhibition tours Australia.