(Born in 1993 near Paris, France.) 
Partly self-taught, my education is mostly an assimilation of practice, curiosity and influence of other photographers like Jacob Aue Sobol, Nobuyoshi Araki, or Jens Olof Lasthein to whom I also owe a few years of guidance.
I came across photography in my late childhood. Later, while studying music abroad, I started understanding and using the camera as a tool to access people, discover places, push back my boundaries.
Through portraiture, I'm interested in emphasizing emotional or psychological aspects of the human, which may also reflect the reality of a place and time. My work focuses on daily aspects of life, in Europe and abroad. It revolves around a self-questioning on identity, belonging, marginality …
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