“Photography is about writing with light, isn’t it? My photography depicts the complexities of life. In every picture, so elementary and obvious in appearance, the intricacies of our planet are unveiled. Even if it looks harder and harder to live with those layers of complexity, I want to surpass the overwhelming depression and keep the over massing beauty.
An ideal day? Probably begins in a mountain cabin with coffee and Ali Farka Touré music, brisk air for vivid thoughts and some birds calling for an astonishing morning ritual.
Architecture and photography studies helped develop my curiosity, structure, patience and resilience. However, the most genuine lessons came from photographers Andreas Bitesnich and David Alan Harvey workshops, in Turin. Other than that, great authors are my primary source of inspiration in life and include Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Jack London, and Pierre Rabhi.
So far the 3 artistic milestones are the first group show (Maastricht, The Netherlands), the first solo show (Verviers, Belgium) and the current work : Treasure.
In case of interest, I got an education in Architecture in Belgium Liege University and in photography in Belgium Liege Art Academy. My works have been exhibited in group and solo shows from 2007 and my first photography book “Terre de chiens” was released in 2019. I’m currently living and working in Louisville, Kentucky, USA.