Medina of Larache, Morocco, 2011 I was stunned by the beauty of the lane, its colours, its patterns and the symmetry of its Moroccan doors. I waited a long time for something interesting to happen to make this picture more alive. Unfortunately the Medina of Larache is a quiet place
Shetland: I started 2011 by travelling to Shetland. I explored the most Northern part of Scotland, hiking through dramatic landscapes in all sorts of weather: strong winds, snow storms, sheets of rain, sun. I was not always fighting the winter elements. I shared a lot of good times wi
Istanbul, 2011 – See the photo in large Today, I was thinking of posting a photo series telling the story of my 2011 year. But I’m afraid that I am not going to make it. Maybe tomorrow, this week end or Monday. Anyway … I recently uploaded a few pictures to my Turkey
By the London Eye a tourist is busy taking photograph while a soap bubble man is trying to catch the attention of visitors. Jubilee walkway is one of the main tourist area in London with many attractions like the Jubilee Bridge, Westminster, the London Eye, Big Ben … if you are
I was wandering the street of the Medina of Rabat when I stopped in this place to observe two boys playing football. Children playing in the street is not an unusual scene in Moroccan Medinas. Outside their family home, it is in the street that they start socialising in their yearly y
Surrounded by mountains, a porter, on its way to Dharapani, is walking along a ravine. Around 100m down the ravine flows the powerful and sacred river Marsyangdi, a tributary of the Ganges river in India.
It is raining in Istanbul. On my way to my hotel, I am walking on the Galata Bridge. It is my last evening in the former Ottoman capital. Despite a miserable weather, the bridge is crowded with fishermen and pedestrians … as usual. I can’t help myself but stop to have a la
Expressing myself between documentary and street photography, my work focus on long term projects because of the human aspect, but also to have better insight and understanding of a situation over time. Photography is a medium that allows me to explore the cultural and sociological aspects of life in order to understand the relationship between the people, their traditions/habits/cultures and their environment. In recent years I have worked on separate long term projects about the Medinas of Morocco and more recently the Yamuna river in India.