I am a freelance photographer trained and influenced, by the early 80s, with Ansel Adam's Zone-System, while studying Fine Art photography in Maine in the United States.
During my career, my talent for highlighting casual objects, and my ability to create innovative and engaging visual content asserted itself in the advertising market in Paris, where I began in 1983.
I was missionned for the fresh and lively look of my photo-reports within working units in the industrial field, for my creations of atmospheres for cosmetics, foods and book covers, where quickly I had carte blanche. From 1998, I equiped my view-camera with digital backs. In 2012, my work reaches a decisive artistic turning point: freed from the constraints of documenting reality, I urge to put into perspective the impermanence and mobility of things as well as our possible direct presence in multiple worlds.