I am a still life photographer based in Paris.
While studying Fine Art photography in Maine in the United States in the early 80s. I implemented Ansel Adams « zone-system » in my practice and philosophy, « a method to creatively visualize the scene or object to be photographed and produce a photograph that matches and expresses that visualization ». With rigor and accuracy, from shooting to printing, I leave nothing to chance. When I started working in 1983, my skill for highlighting everyday objects, and my ability to create innovative and engaging visual contents asserted themselves in the advertising market in Paris. As early as 1998, I experimented that digital photography mirrors flows of energies beyond the visible spectrum. It is the radiations of our subjects made of billions of particles that we capture as pixels. In my lab, as I derawtise my files, a switchover occurs… Shapes, shadows, silhouettes, suggest the existence of parallel worlds.