I am based in Capbreton, South west of France.
It all started when I found myself entirely immersed, alone, deep in the vastness of New Zealand’s landscapes. Crisscrossing the country for 6 months gave me a real taste for wide open spaces. Upon returning to France, I realised photography would quench my thirst to share the intensity and beauty of what I feel and see. Studying various techniques and visions of photography, I also hone my skills for graphics, minimalist and symetrical imagery. Documenting with photos my yearlong trip in Asia made me rediscover the energy that towns vibrate, namely its energy via every-day life. There, I gradually focus on architecture, and the draw to curves, materials, and colours intensifies. Switching back and forth between isolated places and metrolopolises allows me to refine my work. Contexts are completely different from day to day, going from portrait to landscape and from graphic to artistic. I find myself constantly photographing.
The journey actually trained me: It gave me the settings, allowed me to meet the people, discover everything I needed to become the versatile photographer I am today. I have learnt to adapt, whereby as specific settings only happen once, it is essential to be perfectionnist and methodocal to seize the exact picture you want. At present, my various life interests all gather in photography and more particularly in architectural photography. This craft is my calling in life, and I have therefore decided to make it my profession.