Born in 1973 in Paris, France, I began my career as a photographer in 1999 in Sao Paulo, Brazil after having studied geography.
Until 2004 I worked for Brazilian magazines and then came back to France as a photographer affiliated to the Corbis-Sygma agency. In collaboration with this agency, I was a still photographer on various long feature films and documentaries while continuing my work as a visual artist and and doing documentary reports.
In 2006 I joined the World Picture News agency. That same year, my documentary work “The Cowboy Festival of Barretos” was shown in all the Fnac stores of Brazil.
In 2009 my photographs on the cowboys of Barretos were published in a book retracing ten years of Fnac’s photographic collection in Brazil together with an interview and a DVD.
That same year World Picture News agency closed and I joined ZUMA press
Right now, I am continuing my artistic photography and working on assignments for portraits, architecture and documentary subjects.
I am member of Hans Lucas Studio nowadays.
With the creation of the NPO Act-Image in 2012, my cultural and teaching activities have grown. I have been helping photographers with cultural engineering as chief of projects.