Born in 1987, I have been interested in photography for several years. This passion, inherited from my father, was revealed in 2008, when I discovered the city of Bordeaux and confirmed itself in Paris where I lived several years.
After short stays in London, Belgium, Lebanon and Croatia, I leave in 2010 for India (and Nepal) during a semester of study abroad in northern India, specifically in the state of Uttarakhand. During this stay I was dazzled by the mysteries and richness of India and the immaculate beauty of Nepal. During these stays, I tried to convey my feelings by photographinging the faces without artifice or staging and grasping the landscapes in the most evocative way possible. This trip was an exceptional experience that still encourages me today to continue my discoveries (Rome, Lisbon, Amsterdam, Turkey, Iceland, Thailand, Scotland, Sicily). I also had the chance to spend a few fabulous weeks in Australia, New Zealand, Greece and the American West. More recently, the wonders of Peru and Bolivia have nurtured my passion.
To this day, I have exhibited 5 times in Paris: in the bookstore the mocking Merle (20th) then in 4 bars, the 3 Pieces Kitchen (17th), The Bistro des Artistes (5th), the 4 elements (11th) and finally the B58 (9th).
In January 2017, over a period of 2 months, I exhibited a series of 8 photographs on the theme "Yellowstone" at the original photo gallery (Paris-1st arrondissement). This series was also exhibited at the "Le Phare" Media Library in Maurepas (Yvelines) as part of an exhibition on the theme of the Great American National Parks.