At 11 y.o., his hamster disappeared. He then grabs his father's Fujica GER, and runs outside in search of the animal. While searching, he takes photos of places and objects that seem to him to be related to the rodent. This is his first report. He has not seen his hamster again, but many years later, he buys his first camera and then regularly photographs his surroundings. Gradually the theme of disappearance imposes itself on him and he begins to be interested in traces, in the void, in the work that goes, in the blur ... The human condition and the individual's relationship to space are recurring themes in his work. Women and men are often depicted in wide shots focusing on their absence or distant presence. He photographs landscapes where the natural world and the built world meet. Aware of the narrative, he explores the borders between fiction and documentary in images with an underlying political dimension. The complex relationship between man and nature is also central.