I am a French photographer based in South London. Coming originally from a film studies background, I then went on studying photography in Edinburgh and in London, and have a BA (hons) in Photography from Camberwell College of Arts.
After graduating, I trained in facilitating learning and community arts and started assisting and running photography workshops with young people, including one-to-one sessions with out-of-school teenagers, leading a project at a special educational needs school and running a variety of summer activity programmes.
I currently work as a Photography Co-ordinator for a not-for-profit charity based in London which enables both individuals and community groups to explore and engage with all aspects and all levels of photography. I am also studying part-time for a Masters in Sociology: Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths University.
My current work focuses on the reconstruction of Beirut, urban space and collective memory, it can be seen here.