My work as a photographer is twofold : professional, mainly focusing on artists, artist residencies (theater, visual arts, dance); the other being a permanent practice of shooting with an emotional impact. I went from the practice of abstract painting, the result of a plastic materialization of an unconscious feeling, to photography over 10 years ago. In fact, I found in this practice a mean of expression as strong as painting but more open to the outside world, to my environment. My photographic approach is sensory and more precisely multi-sensory. It tends to capture a moment of emotion caused by an atmosphere and a context and a particular state of mind, whether it is a light, a smell, a warmth or a feeling. There is a spiritual dimension. The use of photography serves in a nearly ritualistic framework as a meditative approach to reality, which is not necessarily realistic. I am particularly sensitive to the place of history and the nature in which humans evolve. Thank you.