My photography is always the result of an “attraction” — a coming together of a special moment and a special place — and I try to question the meaning behind this attraction.
As a reaction to the requirements of a modern and globalized world, the Slowdown series explores questions of scale and the subjectivity of time within nature. The Familiar and Presqu’Ile series are bodies of work that approach everything that is familiar to the me, trying to maintain my naïve fascination and the delight I still experiences while documenting what I find exotic in foreign countries during my work as a travel/documentary photographer.
Familiar is long-term project that documents a family as a ever-changing landscape.
The family is represented as an evolving language, constantly creating its own complexity.
Presqu’Ile is the French word for “peninsula”, but the word literally means “almost an
island”. The series is a personal trip into a region that is full of memories for me, and it proceeds to document a peninsula, all while asking what it is about the place that gives a visitor the feeling of being on an island."
Fine art and editorial photographer
Lives and works in Paris, France.
Graduated artist from Ecole Regionale des Beaux-Arts de Rennes (France) with a DNAP (BFA) and The Villa Arson, Nice, France, with a DNSEP in Arts (MFA (Hons): Fine-Arts First Class Honours).
Did several solo exhibitions in Paris, Nice, Epinal and Rennes (FR) and group exhibitions in Paris, Arles, Nice, Saint Brieuc, Rennes(FR), San Francisco, Los Angeles, Detroit, Minneapolis, (USA), Belgrade (SERBIA), Belfast (IRELAND) sheffield, Leeds and Exeter (UK).
Has been published in prestigious medias such as National Geographic, The Telegraph, enRoute, Le Monde, L'Express, Le Point, ...
Member of Strange.rs International photographer collective.
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