I graduated from the EFET, high school of photography of Paris, in 2016. My approach to the medium has always been an introspective one. I envision my projects as metaphysical experiences, in search of the other and the elsewhere. My photographs stand as witnesses of my existential wanderings. They allow me to expose emotions which I fail to describe with words, but also address the dialogue between the lonely human existence and the universal social experiment as human conditions: brought into human life, simply being alive and breathing, experiencing love, desire and eventually death, the end of existence, maybe the end of self... My work is invariably imbued with a sense of urgency: the urgency of capturing fleeting moments intertwined with the need of living them; The notion of desire appears as a recurring motif, weaving experiences together into an endless tapestry of ever-mutating reality.