« You don’t take a photograph, you create it. » It’s how I see my work. Like a painter, I create a painting in which every detail has a meaning. Somewhere between directing and spontaneity I try to capture the authenticity of every instant.
Graduated from an International Buisness school and the school of Gobelins (photography school) I am today a freelance photographer specialized in fashion and beauty. I chose to emphasise collaborations with young,creative and original brands that allow me to express my creativity and my style but also my feminist sensibility and ecological awareness.
Defending the values that I share with my clients is for me a real driving force and a pride, that makes my job a genuine passion.
From gender fluidity (Boy meets Tokyo) to a more authentic and disruptive representation of women (Easy like Sunday morning) all the way through global warming (Melted Land) and demystification of fashion shootings (A Ray of Truth), I explore various subjects having a particular resonance in me.
Thanks to my various skills, I am able to give my clients images and comprehensive services that perfectly answer their needs and positioning.
Thoughout my career I had the pleasure and honnor to work with big brands as well as new designers : Lancel, Jean-Paul Gauthier, Chloé, Hipanema, BazarChic, l’Occitane, Melvita, Façonnable, YSL, Smallable, Fempo, LCbio, and so on.
Always joyful and considerate, I believe that a good mood during a shooting is important and can be seen in the pictures.
Because beauty cannot be reduced to a certain shape and perfection is everywhere you want to see it, I try to not retouch my photos and at least not retouch models’body. In every circumstances ethical and authentic !
« It is part of the photographer’s job to see more intensely than most people do. He must have and keep in him something of the receptiveness of the child who looks at the world for the first time or of the traveler who enters a strange country.”
« A photograph is a fragment of time that will never come back. »
« All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth. »