These are the moments that will be etched into history, this year 2020 has been a year dominated by disaster, unrest, and uncertainty, seen through the lenses of National Geographic photographers. (more…)
Graduated from an engineering school in biology (EBI), I have been photographing my environment for about ten years now.
After a year of study in Canada, I dedicate myself to reporting and news photography. For the past three years, I have been satisfying my need to document the society that surrounds me.
In 2018, I joined the Hans Lucas studio in partnership with the Agence Presses Jeune and I collaborate with various press media such as Le Figaro, Marianne, Le Parisien, L’Obs, L’équipe…
I explore environmental and social themes through various reports such as the Inuit of Northern Canada, turtle poaching in Mayotte or alternative lifestyle.
I have produced several exhibitions, notably on shrimp fishing on horseback and snowy Swedish landscapes. In 2019, I decided to become a professional photographer and joined the photojournalism department of the EMI-CFD in Paris under the direction of photographers Julien Daniel and Guillaume Herbaut. Today, I‘m diffused by Divergence Images.