I was born with a Kodak in my hands and in 2004 I graduated in the social science field, so documentary photography came very naturally to me.
I tell visual stories because this is a way to express myself and to share my vision with others. This is like engaging in a dialogue. I work on stories that relate to my personal life and that can contribute to positive change. My photography's engagement is a medium to raise my voice and support my activist behaviour.
My career really started to take off 7 years ago when I moved to Asia. I have resided in both China and India. There, I have produced some long and some shorter social documentaries. Somehow, in all of my projects, I explore the notion of identity. This is part of my inner quest of being for more than 10 years living out of my country. In India, where I live currently I have been working extensively on women’s daily life conditions questioning gender’s issues.
In 2011, my efforts were rewarded with a nomination in Paris as an emerging French photographer. My work was described as fresh and feminine.
Since then my work has been published worldwide: The Sunday Times magazine (UK), Nouvel Obs (France), Lancet (US), Courrier International (France), La Croix (France), Mail Today(India), Marie Claire International, Geo Ado (France), Le Monde Histoire (France), Global Business (China) and Curves (US)....and for the first time my work as been published in a book, Niepcebook in France in 2016.