Born 1984, Paris, France. After a MA in History of Arts and a thesis on photographer Lee Miller at Paris-Sorbonne University, I relocated to New York to do photography work, following the advice of Le Monde’s international affairs editor-in-chief Remy Ourdan.
For three years, I worked as a photo editor in two high-rank american companies: Contact Press and Polaris. Upon return to Paris in 2012, I edited photos for newspaper 20 Minutes.
In 2014, I became an independent photographer, covering news, social and health issues.
In 2015, I followed French National Secretary of EELV ecologist party, Emmanuelle Cosse during her campaign for the regional elections 2015.
I'm currently working on a long term project about young Alzheimer’s disease.
I'm planning to work on religious communities in India and Iran.
Represented by Studio Hans Lucas.