Son of photographers and grandson of director Jean Delire, he began by taking an interest in advertising and graphic design. After a visit to England where he enrolled in graphic design, he returned to Brussels to pass a master degree at the Ecole de Recherche Graphique.
After an internship in Mumbai, he was immediately hired back in Belgium as a graphic designer in a communications agency. Constrained by a chronic illness at the age of 26, he constantly challenges his state of mind. It will doubtless be for him the revelation of his convictions. He aspires to freedom, leaves his work and captures moments of grace with vulnerability. Seems like these combined experiences have already sharpened his gaze: a look of velvet is added to the mastery of a graphic and technical composition.
In his work, he tends to reveal his subjects with a more « human like » kind of lens that distanciante himself from too much details. His photographs are taken through an intimate and peculiar point of view trying to catch what would be soon a rough memory.