(Photo credit: T. Strand)

For my 15th birthday, my father surprised me with a playful (lime green!) Konica Pop.  And so begun my obsession with capturing images. Since, I have been hunting moments with a Minolta X-500, an Olympus Stylus 1s, a Diana F+, a Polaroid  Sun660, iPhones, a Honeywell Rolleiflex and finally, my current camera, a Canon EOS 6D Mark II. The choice of my gear does matter, but not without a personal vision expressed through composition, lines, textures and colors. My latest work speaks of the conflicting feelings of joy and dread I feel when admiring our dying planet. I can't seem to escape  this sens of impending doom, but I can still admire our home while it still breathes.


  • 1974: born in France

  • 1992-97: photography, stage design and graphic design, ATEP, Paris, France

  • 1997-99: lithography, stage design and sculpture, École Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France

  • 1999: moved to California

  • 2002-05: BA in Traditional Illustration, Academy of Art in San Francisco

  • 2005-19: graphic design and illustration

  • since 2016: fine art photography



  • The Main Gallery, Redwood City, CA, 2017-2018

  • The Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, CA, 2018-present


  • Kids & Art Foundation, 2016 - present

  • Art in Action, 2014 - 2016

  • Spark Program, 2009