Born in 1977 in Algiers, where he lives and works, at the beginning Nassim Rouchiche follows technical studies and obtains a degree in civil engineering before changing course and embracing a career in the world of cultural action.
Attracted by visual arts, he starts to learn about photography at the age of eleven. From landscapes to real scenes of life, Nassim develops his passion and becomes a self-taught photographer by taking jobs in different sectors like construction and events. His participation in a workshop led by Bruno Boudjelal, In March 2015, allows him to have a fresh new look at photography. At the end of the workshop, he produces a set of pictures « Ça va waka », shedding light on the place taken by illegal immigrants in the society in which he lives.
His commitment and his willingness to analyze and question the contemporary world, give him the firm determination to work on a documentary corpus