Between 1998 and 1999, I completed a degree in Photography at Centre Iris in Paris. Subsequently, I pursued my professional career as a freelance photographer.
For the last few years, I have been focusing my work on a personal approach, daring to make much more subjective choices and using analog photography in order to adapt the shooting to the tempo of my creative process.
In March 2012, I attended a workshop on Wet Plate Collodion Photography by Quinn Jacobson in Paris. In May 2013 I took part of an advanced workshop on Collodion Negatives and Aristotypes, Albumin and Salt Prints, also with Quinn Jacobson in Barcelone.
By using this historical process, invented in the 1850s, I am exploring a different aesthetic in photography and trying to get away from a frenetic way of shooting.