As a young 27-year-old photographer, I have developed since entering university a keen interest in international and urban development issues.
Seoul, a sprawling metropolis of 10 million inhabitants dotted with centuries-old palaces as well as resolutely avant-garde buildings, was in 2014 the first city I saw through a viewfinder. This mode of exploration has never left me.
Later, I discovered documentary work, while making a short film portraying the activities of an association defending the rights of Mexican undocumented workers in Staten Island.
Over the years, the practice of photography has become the way I develop both my opinions and my artistic personality.
My work relates in particular to documentary and street photography, as I wish to shed personal light on current issues and provide a stronger voice to initiatives that work to build a sustainable future.