I was born and raised in Paris, France. After studying graphic design for four years, I decided to make my passion for photography become my life. My interests are primarily based on the diversity of world cultures, subcultures, underground scenes as well as the misfits of society. Photography is like a passport to enter worlds that I would never be able to see otherwise.
I moved to New York City during the summer 2008 to attend the documentary photography program at ICP. After an internship at The New York Times and a few assisting jobs, I started freelancing for various publications. At the same time I was pursuing my personal project: BIKE KILL.
After spending about 7 years in New York, I went to live for a year in Tokyo, Japan, where I met talented local artists. I was able to experiment more with my photography and experience extremely enriching collaborations. It also became the birthplace of my first handmade book, as well as a new personal project about a Japanese alternative culture.
Since early May, I am living in Shanghai for a 6 months artist-in-residence program organized by the Swatch group.