Born in 1981, I was nine years old when I discovered my passion for dance.
At the age of 18, I joined my first company: alternating between contemporary dance, jazz, and cabaret, dancing became my job for the next 12 years.
In 2012, I left the Crazy Horse scene to focus on raising my daughters, Chloé and Anaïs.
As it turns out, I found my second career in my second passion! After studying photography at the Iris Center and at the Spéos School in Paris, I started out as a show photographer. After a few months, I decided to specialize in a field more relevant and meaningful to my life today: family.
In my work, I strive to put forward authenticity and naturalness. With a sensitive look, I like to capture the moment, people’s emotions, and the spontaneity of life situations.
Thanks to the art of photography, I turn the art of everyday life into pictures.