Since childhood, it is through comics and animation, that his relationship to the image was drawn. From these practices, my obsession with a symbolic aesthetic was born.

Later, it was the meeting with an art historian who led him to experiment with other forms of art. The representation gave way to the expression.

Having lived in France and abroad, he took a taste of the world in its diversity. He currently lives in Tokyo where he continues his photography research whle studying japanese arts, like Tea Ceremony, Ikebana, Calliraphy and Sumi-E.


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His approach is committed politically, ecologically and spiritually. He is a humanist aware of the environment, walking towards an absolute.
 
To walk is to create.

"... to walk is not only to be there in the world, it is to be interrogative: to walk is to question the state of the world, it is to weigh what it can offer to the men who are there; the march is an experimentation of the world and its values. "Jean-Marc Besse, The taste of the world, Actes Sud.

His current work is determined to find a bridge between subjectivity and objectivity.
Seeking the right language,  he constantly questions the plasticity of photography. His practice finds its essence in silence, emptiness and non-action. Through the contemplation of landscapes, he tries a poetic approach of current subjects.

He do not try to represent reality. His work is symbolic and philosophical. He question while providing possible answers.
He consider photography as a material that I can transform. Transmute would be more accurate. This idea of elevation and illumination is very present in what he does.
Recently his work brough him to focus on ritualistic photography.

Art is for him a discussion but also a gift to the viewer.

Exhibitions

Solo Exhibitions
2017 : Ce que voit mon ombre, Lumière d'Encre, Céret, France.
2017 : Poèmes d'ombres, La Galerie des Bains de douche, Saverdun, France

Group exhibitions
2020 : Ce que voit mon ombre, Art center opening Saint-Étienne, France.
2018 : Territoire(s), Égalité(s),  Canopy, Paris, France.
2018 : Les terres affammées, Corridor Elephant, virtual exhibition.
2018 : Opposition photographique, American University Gallery, Paris, France.
2018 : Photo Crete Experience, Heraklion, Greece.
2017 : Un rêve de Noël par Laviolette Gallery, Paris, France.
2017 : Ref//exion, Green Hill Gallery, Berlin, Germany. 
2017 : 7 au Couteau, Galerie 18, Nantes, France
2017 : Voies Off, Invited by la Fontaine Obscure, Boutique de l'Olivier, Arles, France​
2017 : Là où les sentiers naissent, L'Artelier, Tarbes, France​​
2017 ; Rendez-vous Image, Photofair, Strasbourg, France​
2016 : La galerie fait sa foire : Voir, Revoir, Avoir, Group exhibition, Galerie Vrais Rêves, Lyon, France​
2016 : Étape 2 : L'homme sans aveu, Group exhibition, La Galerie du 48, Rennes, France
Residencies

Avril 2017 : Photo Crete Experience, Knossos Beach, Crete, Greece.
Nominations
2018 : Residence Sicilia, Italy.
2017 : Prix Alter, Rendez-vous Image, Startsbourg, France.
Publications

 2018 : Niepcebook n°7, magazine papier, série «Les traces du soleil».
2018 : Bokeh Bokeh, webzine, série «Les traces du soleil».
2018 : Photographic Mercadillo, page Facebook, portofolio.
2018 : Scriptphotographie, page facebook, série «Les traces du soleil».
2018 : Revue Camera, page Facebook, série «Ce que voit mon ombre».
2018 : Revue Camera, page Facebook, série «Les traces du soleil».
2017 : Catalogue du salon Rendez-vous Image, série «Ce que voit mon ombre».
2017 : Fotointer.ch pour le salon Rendez-vous Image, webzine, série «Ce que voit mon ombre».
2017 : L’ariégeois magazine pour l’exposition “Ce que voit mon ombre”
2017 : La dépêche du midi pour l’exposition “Là où les seniers naissent»

Curator

2017 : Là où les sentiers naissent, l'Artelier, Tarbes, France.
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