Born in 1987, I am a self-taught photographer from Switzerland and Quebec, a socio-anthropologist and a sustainability specialist. I have been practicing artistic photography since the age of 20.
I consider photography as emotional communication and my photography practice is a quest. I aim through it to create bridges between the physical world and subtle worlds, being mostly inspired by reflections, shadows, geometry, patterns, and overall by nature with which I share a very deep connection. I can see the “spirit of things”, either animate or inanimate, and photography is my way to make it visible.
I also create artworks with plastic I collect on the shores of Lake Leman in Switzerland. My work has recently been exhibited at the UN Headquarters in Geneva as part of the World Environment Day 2018 themed this year Beat Plastic Pollution.