French photographer, I was born in 1989 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, I now live and work in Paris, France. It is in 2015 that I decided to devote myself fully to the practice of photography. Since 2018, I'm a member of the Board of Directors of the National Society of Fine Arts.
If there are photographers who take pictures to meet others, there are also those who do it to meet themselves. I am part of these latter.
Whether at the other end of the world or at the corner of my street, I track down the atmospheres that appeal to me. The black and white and the chiaroscuro which since childhood fascinate me, are today the tools that I use to create both poetic and graphic atmospheres.
In "Tenebrism", urban landscapes, natural landscapes, still lifes, and street photos intertwine to give birth to a mythology in black and white but mainly in black, which revolves around recurring themes such as passage, absence or loneliness.