Born in 1958 in Byblos, I’ve lived in Paris since 1975. I have a passion for the French capital which has never failed to impress my eyes, my spirit and my heart.
I attended university at the Sorbonne: classic and modern literature (doctoral thesis on the French poet La Fontaine), history, philosophy, esthetics, art history.
Working as rewriter, the editor of an encyclopedia, and managing editorial projects, all led me to collaborate with photographers, then to make photographic documentaries myself.
Over the last fifteen years, I have devoted most of my time to writing and photography, centering my attention on the artistic image, its status and powers.
I was fortunate to be able to perfect my technique and train my eye and critical acumen at the Paris-Val de Bièvres Photo Club. As to my first exhibits, dating from 2011, I owe them to Irma Toudjian, Artistic Director at Suoni e Pause (Cagliari, Italy), who set into motion a dynamic that only grows stronger with time.