I was born in 1988 in Essaouira, Morocco. At age 17, I moved to France, studied engineering, and started working in that field after completing my master degree. A few years later, I decided to quit my corporate job and travel for 18 months around South-East Asia, Japan and Canada, during which I opened a photography traveling blog, to share my stories and report about my journey. This is how I entered the field and took the decision to build a career as a professional photographer.
At the end of 2016, I went back to my home country (Morocco) and worked with a local production company on a story, reporting winter life in a remote village of the Atlas mountain. After that, in 2017, I lived several weeks in the Gourougou mountains in order to document the situation of sub-Saharan migrants waiting to cross the border with Europe.
I’m currently working on several other topics related to social minorities, and environmental issues.