I'm a French-Peruvian fine art photographer based in Norway.
I've always been amazed by the beauty of nature and cultural heritage. So in that sense, I got involved in photography while documenting ecotourism experiences in Peru in 2006.
After working for more than a decade as a sustainable development consultant, I decided to return to school and study photography as a new creative career. Then, I discovered influential artists such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Ansel Adams, Ernst Hass, Brett Weston, and Saul Leiter. They still have a significant impact on my aesthetics.
I love observing, in detail, the world around me. So, I found in photography the art medium to share what impresses me the most. I believe in evolving things. That's why my approach to photography is also self-therapy. It feeds me with new remarkable experiences.
In all respect, nature, especially the mountains, is an essential topic for me. It gives me a chance to expand my creative process. When I'm rounding the outdoors, I take the time to find the best of myself and my passion.
For my awarded project, Gausta in Seasons, I spent almost ten months (from December 2019 to September 2020) exploring this world-class mountain Norwegian destination.
Vestland Outdoors is my ongoing project, focused on the nature and urban life of this Norwegian county. I started it in October 2020 and will continue through May 2021.
The second part of Gausta in Seasons is starting in June 2021.