I am a French photographer living in Montreal.

My first interest on photography came when I was planing my first travel in Thailand in 1999. For this occasion I bought my first reflex Canon camera. I repeated the experience and next travels become more and more photographic.

In Paris, where I have been living for ten years, I was used to visit photographic exhibitions that the capital programs constantly. During those exhibitions I discovered black and white photography and famous photographers that have inspired me as Cartier Bresson, Raymond Depardon, James Nachtwey, Eugene Smith... For color photography, my inspiration comes from "NationalGeographic" photographers as Steve McCurry.

I moved in Montreal in 2007 and I quit my software engineer career in 2012 to become a professional photographer. I integrated the Dawson College's Commercial photography program for two years.

I am currently working on a reportage with DesÉquilibres association. This association helps young people having social difficulties giving them confidance through workshops and challenging activities.