I was born in France and raised in the French Alps. My parents taught me to ski at two and I haven’t stopped since then. After ski racing until the age of 16, I got more interested in freeskiing. Then, at the age of 20, my life took a complete new direction when I met a professional photographer. From that moment, I fell in love with photography and I realized it was a great way for me to keep on skiing.
Today, I'm a freelance photographer based in the Alps. I spend most of my time up high in the mountains, looking for the best light and aestheticism. I’m also more and more involved in mountaineering and steep skiing. I love doing that, because it forces me to keep my photographic skills high but also because it challenges me on my skis.
Photography has taken me all around the world, from Japan to Alaska; from Greenland to Cape Horn. After spending years following skiers in deep and cold snow, I'm now looking for new horizons and I try to transfer my photographic skills into other sports such as trail running, sailing and mountain biking. I’m also co-founder of a website whose aim is to tell the stories we like on the people we meet, with our own style, and this is what I love.