Raised in Paris in a rather conventional family, she developed an early taste for peeping through keyholes and climbing walls.
She studied “Compared Literature” at la Sorbonne and her thesis was about cities as characters in Russian and Central-European novels. Her education is essentially literary but photography became more and more her language during her life’s journey.
During the past 8 years, she has been mainly documenting life in Asia focusing on cities and on what time and development or isolation do to them.
She visits the periphery of our habitats in search of fragile beauty of human existence with its desires, humour and abysses. She likes to play with opposites; absence and presence, emptiness and fullness, isolation and multitude, fondness and irony, the very near and the far away.
The inner and the strange.
Her work has been shown in Angkor Photo Festival, Foto Istanbul, Yangon Photo Festival, Nairang Gallery in Lahore and Focus Photography Festival in Mumbai. It has also been published in Pix Quarterly (India), Asia Life and Milk (Cambodia), Eyesopen (Italy), Oneworld (The Nederlands). Her ongoing work about Cambodia has been exhibited in November 2015 at the Delhi Photo Festival, screened at the Angkor Festival 2015 and was to be seen at the Chennai Photo Biennale 2016. Her work about the Lahore Mental Hospital in collaboration with Aun Raza has been exhibited at QR Photo Gallery in Bologna, Italy in February 2016.
Trouble in Paradise, Havana, Cuba, June 2016
Desperately seeking for water in Havana. The paradise is exhausted and exhausting.
On the rooftop of former Hotel Astor, a man is checking the drains while on another floor another man is listening to the pipes. This photograph is silent but on my right a woman is screaming out of desperation.