Born in Nantes and graduated in Graphic Design, I am a Bristol photographer specialised in travel, documentaries and street photography. In 2005, following a piece of work “Wandering the street of Paris”, I did my first collective exhibition in Paris in 2006 at the Beaurepaire gallery with the organisation Paris Photographique (now organizer of Mois de la Photo-OFF in Paris). This exhibition was followed by a solo one in the Lucernaire Art Gallery in Paris again. This was the start of my career. In 2007, I left Paris and France to travel the world six month through South East Asia and South America developing my understanding about the world and others cultures. The same year, I made Edinburgh in Scotland my new home, enjoying the Scottish culture while hill walking its rough and untouched landscapes. In June 2011, I moved to Bristol.
The main focus of my work is people’s everyday life, their environment and culture in order to understand how environment and culture are link to each others and affect/influence everyday life of people or communities.
Publication and client include The Guardian website , Le Monde Voyage, Wardour Communication, World Nomads, Real Travel, Lonely Planet blog, La Maison de l’Indochine, Scots Magazine, Chine Plus, Amateur Photographer, National Geographic books, Budget Travel Magazine, Shetland Life Magazine, Hotel Indigo.
I am photographer of 4Corners Images agency.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new landscapes, but in having new eyes. – Marcel Proust