I started photography in 2011 with a Canon compact, obsessively, pushed by the fear of forgetting the details that surrounded me. Playing with colors and light has since been my way of externalizing what I feel.
Then after my high school graduation I started studying photography and video at the Gobelins school in Paris and studying cinema at the Sorbonne University, where I am currently.
I have always loved dealing with the human, especially their feelings, their emotions, and their place in an immensely big world. That's why I specialize in portraiture and reportage, influenced by photographers such as Mary Ellen Mark and Paolo Roversi who treat their subjects with great humanity, bringing out their soul, or William Eggleston and its almost fusional link with colors and composition.