As an aspiring documentary photographer, I’ve always had itchy feet. I studied in France, Germany, the UK and Canada, taught French abroad… I also travelled extensively in Europe, the Middle-East, Asia and West Africa, with an inclination for alternative ways of travelling, such as hitchhiking, Couchsurfing and volunteering. From a real thirst for adventure, but first and foremost because those lead to more interactions with locals and thus a deeper understanding of the places I explore.
The passion for photography came naturally, as a way to remain creative while on the road and to become more engaged with the people and places I encounter. The human element has taken center stage in most of my work. I increasingly focus on social, environmental and political issues. All in all, I see photography as a great excuse to travel, a fantastic observation tool and an excellent medium to tell the stories of our world.