I started photography travelling around the world. Following the saying « It’s when you lose yourself that you can find yourself » I travelled to the five continents making photos. Arriving to Buenos Aires in 2005, I knew that it was the good place to “find myself”.
As a teenager it’s when I first read Ryszard Kapuscinski’s books that I felt that I must become a journalist. Today, photography and journalism full my all life.
In 2007, when I was studying photojournalism in ARGRA School in Buenos Aires, I had the great opportunity to make a photo documentary on “The Kids of The Unit 33”. Children who live until the age of 4 years old with their convicts mothers in Argentina’s jails. That photo documentary published through the world opened me the gate of Gamma, the legendary French agency. I worked for Gamma during two years as a reporter in South America.
Today, I decided to be a freelance photographer and journalist specializing my work in women’s rights. I have been working since 2011 for Terriennes website of TV5 Monde channel. A French website which deals with women’s issues. Thanks to Terriennes my work in the net and social media is followed by thousand of people through the world, especially in French-speaking countries.
I also frequently publish my work in worldwide medias and magazines such as XXI (French mook), 24H01 (Belgium mook), Femmes en Résistance, Viva Magazine, La Nación Magazine, Euro Magazin (Germany) etc.
2015 - Prisma Human Rights Photo Contest-Finalist-Italy, 2014 - Pride Photo Award- Special Prize-The Netherlands
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