I was born in 1976 in France. I studied chemical engineering in Rennes, France, before completing an MA and an MFA, both in photography, in the USA.
Since graduating, I have explored scientific imagery as a medical photographer, I have shared my passion for fine art photography as an adjunct faculty and I have continued my exploration of the medium.
In the past several years I have been increasingly involved with historical and alternative processes. I have produced several series of wet-plate collodion photographs. I have also worked on a multi-year project focusing on recycling and composting using a multitude of techniques, from cyanotype photographs to lumen printing and anthotypes.
I have been living in Colorado for the past 10 years where I have regularly showed my work. I have also exhibited in France, at Oyonnax and during the “Quinzaine Photo Nantaise” in my hometown. Most recently my project on composting and recycling has been shown at the UNI art gallery and the Center for Fine Art Photography.