"The shy glance of this French photographer shelters
a penetrating vision coupled with technical eloquence. For the past 25
years, she has been working steadily with care and spontaneous concern
in revealing human wrought through images of nature. Her apparently
classical approach (a fine art zone system quality in all her stunning square
format black and white prints) brings to life dense emotions and shocking
contemporary events within natural subjects which range from fine sandy
beaches to pig carcasses hung in a slaughterhouse.
The shocking value of her vision, though, doesn’t lie in her choice of subject
matter, but rather in her perceptive and silent penetration of the inner strains and wounds that natural subjects hide within. In fact, her decade long work, entitled Natural wounds, deals as much with human strife as with natural landscape. In effect, they are one in the same."