My first artistic medium of choice was cinema. I studied history and aesthetic of cinema in Paris, before graduating with a cinematography degree from film school.
I moved to the US after filming a documentary there, and lived in California for seven years where I worked as a lighting technician for the film industry. This long exposure to a different culture and language has shaped my artistic practice into a reflexion on our relationship with others.
I now live and work in Paris, France.
My work contains a paradox. I grew frustrated of the necessity of working with other people that cinema requires, and turned to photography for the possibility of working alone. Yet, despite this desire to work on my own, my artistic practice has been pushing me back towards the Other. My practice requires the participation of volunteers who have a direct action on my work, in an attempt to emulate the experience of others to further our understanding of our peers.