About 


After taking a course at Penn State University in 1992, I have developed my photographic work first analog and then gradually adapting my methods to the digital tool. My main themes are portrait and nude photography, focusing more generally on the body in all its forms ; the body in motion, the still body, the painted body, the body ceaselessly interacting with the light that shines upon it ; zooming-in on the body transformed by light.

First working as a studio photographer I have reached out to outdoor spaces, peripheral to the cities, where the natural world and the world altered by man meet ; semi-urban or industrial spaces, eventually leading me to worlds where nature sometimes – always? – overcomes.

Having long worked on 35mm film, I have now diversified my photographic tools and do not shy away from older, sometimes elementary techniques such as pinhole photography or the photogram, or through the Polaroid film, in search for the one single image.








Education
  • 1992 – Photographic studies – Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, USA 

Personal exhibitions
  • 2010 – Dark and Luminous – Atelier 26 – Strasbourg
  • 2011 – Dark and Luminous – Ex Libro – Strasbourg
  • 2012 – The Dancer – La Tinta – Strasbourg
  • 2012 – Chronicles of a Summer Morning – Jimmy’s Pub – Strasbourg
  • 2014 – The Dancer – Thé des Muses – Strasbourg
  • 2015 – Ten Suspended Moments – N°20 – Strasbourg
  • 2015 – The Dancer – L’Essence du Thé – Colmar

Selected collective exhibitions
  • 2014 – Unveiled – with Audrey Gentner – Atelier 26 – Strasbourg
  • 2016 – Intimate Oppositions – with Pierre Kohl – Extatic – Strasbourg
  • 2017 – Flesh and Stone – with Pierre Kohl – GSA – Strasbourg
  • De 2009 à 2014 – Ateliers Ouverts – Atelier 26 – Strasbourg
  • 2011 – 2017 – Place des Arts – Place Broglie – Strasbourg

Other projects
  • 1995-1996 – collaboration with Peter Greenaway for his "Grand Atelier"
    University of Strasbourg – Acting as model, photographer and interpreter.
  • 2012 – Photographic interview on the Arte Creative website – «Picture This»