Eight years ago after receiving the prize from the Nicolas Hulot Foundation, awarded by PHOTO magazine, I made photography my full time job and since then have worked on numerous photo projects. For the past few years, my work and my artistic research has revolved around two dynamics: humans and their environment. In 2020, I was shortlisted for the Prix Levallois for my photo documentary project in Kuwait. In partnership with Granvillage (France, 2019), I created a series of immersive content highlighting the work and value of local producers and advocating for the “shop local” movement. Through their inspiring stories, each producer validates the importance of supporting French agriculture. In 2018, the diversity of my projects was enriched by documenting the place of new technologies in our social relationships (Notifications, City of Brest). Later that year, I journeyed to Jordan to create the photo documentaries “Birds & People” and “Subsistence”.