Lives and works in Paris. He was awarded the international HSBC Photography Prize and the Marc Ladreit de Lacharrière Photography Prize awarded by the French Academy of Fine Arts. He discovered photography after scientific studies and worked several years as an engineer. In 2004, he carried out his first series on animals, photographing polar bears under water. He was also interested in the architecture and the premises of zoos. Since 2008, he has been travelling around European zoos. In 2010, he began "In Situ", a poetic and ever evolving project on the subject of animals and the Other. His first book has been published by Actes Sud editions in 2012. Since 2008, his work has been shown in more than sixty solo or group exhibitions, in Europe and in Asia.