For my new series "Totems Modernes", i chose to work on the structures that dominate our visual environment, totems which symbolize and characterize the concerns of today's world: production, energy, transport and communication.
For the "Blurban Landscapes" series, i decided to use photography to offer a personal vision of our everyday reality: blurred images to highlight the impermanence and inevitable fading remembrance of the cities we are living in.
I grew up in the suburbs of Paris, and began to photograph in my teen age, as well as music.
After two years in law school, I dropped it at 20 to attend a film school in Paris.
After that i worked in many jobs in the film, from keeps the scene at nignt in the beginning, to assistant-director.
I did my first photo exhibition in 2005, and continue my work since starting my new series "Blurban landscapes" in 2009, along other works in photography and movies.