I was born in Paris in the 1980’s and graduated with a Master in History of Art.
After doing digital photography and accumulating terabytes of data over a decade, I became overwhelmed.
I returned to a slow process and spent majority of my time in analog photography. I purposely chose to work with broken cameras that were either given to me or found in flea markets in Berlin. This medium created space for unexpected results. In contrast with digital work, the human process and its flaws are visible in my prints. I process film and prints myself.
While my images spark personal childhood memories and fairy tales for me, they are abstract enough to leave space for the imagination of the viewer.