I started with photography at a very young age. Then, I put away my camera, abandoned the work in the laboratory….to take it back again after thirty years but in the digital world. I like to translate my vision in a different way, whether in colour or in black and white, the latter which is something that I really like. I love above all the work of Daido Moriyama or Tahara Keïchi, Fukase but also Titarenko. Self-taught, influenced by the suprematist and impressionist movements, I wish to give my photography a particular and singular orientation to my vision of urban spaces, landscapes or people. I am constantly looking for new techniques that bring a new dimension to my vision and I feel a permanent need to translate my vision of the world, in order to propose a new relationship between reality and abstraction.