I caught the photography bug at 13 years old when I stumbled upon an old camera in my family's attic. Skateboarding, a resolutely aesthetic practice, led me to discover the work of Glen E. Friedman, a pioneer of skateboard photography, which I still consider to be one of my most important influences today.
I've lived at the foot of Mont-Blanc my whole life, my passion for snowboarding evolved into mountain photography, which now represents a large part of my work. For more than three years now, I've devoted my winter seasons to capturing the antics of international athletes, accompanying them for the filming of their productions.
During my trips further afield, I enjoy observing new horizons and different lifestyles, giving me fresh new angles to see the world through my lens.