My interest in photography was originally sparked by a small film camera I received as a present. I was the family photographer, in charge of capturing family events in only a dozen snapshots. I cherished every opportunity I had to capture my surroundings and continue to do so until this day.
After studying journalism at the ESJ in Paris, and working as a museum guide at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, it was ultimately my career as a teacher in French schools abroad that led me to travel, and discover new photographic horizons. My childhood in Paris, as well as my time living in Taiwan, Indonesia, the United States of America and Singapore gave me many opportunities to develop my passion.
Seeing Singapore evolve and modernise so rapidly since my arrival in 2006 has inspired me to strive to record traditional aspects of Singaporean culture Furthermore, the diverse nature and rich culture of this city-state inspired me to capture Singapore’s innumerable facets.