I was born in Paris in 1969.
Photo reporter and artistic photographer, I love to lose myself at random in cities to capture scenes of life, contrasts and emotions closer to the soul.
Therefore, I use black, white and gray. For me, removing colors of life is like an actor, a woman or a clown, who removes makeup: only the essential remains, the truth, pure emotion.
Likewise, all my pictures seem to come out of a black halo. As I see it, the world is dark, increasingly, and symbolically, it is as if I plunge a hand into that obscurity in order to extract some light.
For me, a journalistic report can also be artistic and I am always searching to point out three things in my photographs: a message, a perspective, an emotion.
The human being is one of my favorite subjects, and so are cities.
I photographed the gypsy community in the south of France, young girls in Cambodia and even former soldiers of the IRA in Belfast but also rock and film celebrities like Depardieu and Bowie.
Yes, I love photographing cities. From Paris to Barcelona, from Phnom Penh to Cairo, but also larger spaces, from Scottish forests to the savannah from Kenya and Tanzania.
My pictures were exhibited at Paris, Cannes, Boston, San Diego, Bristol, Brussels, Genoa, Spa, Porto.
And also :
I was set photographer for cinema, journalist for different media (NRJ, Fun Radio and Fun TV and TF1 in Paris RTL / TVI in Brussels) and various magazines rock and underground.
Pupil of Francis Huster on Cours Florent and I was an actor and director. And a few things, more …