Shanghai, Shanghai, China
I was born left-handed and grew up on a farm in Guesnain, a village of Northern France.
I got interested early in understanding what I heard on the news. When graduating with a Master in Economics, photography revealed itself a more suitable tool for me to understand the world. I decided to settle down in Shanghai as a photographer in 2005, despite me knowing not much about China and its language and actually knowing not so much more about photography...
My discovery of photography happened without a camera, spending my teenage afternoons in a darkroom playing with the family negatives, creating rayograms and other amusing experimentation. It is only when my mother gave me a camera at 20 before I left to India that I started actually shooting. Since then photography keeps occupying a larger and larger space in my life.
Photography is not still. It is a thing moving between a means to express inner feelings, a tool to document the passing of time and a passport to explore new worlds.
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