Born in Paris, I was a very curious child espacially passionate about aviation and space. I started to practice photography at the age of 19 in London. From that moment on, I tried to improved myself while working as an extracurricular staff in Paris. In 2003 and 2004, I volonteered as a photographer in the association Aie des Reves in Guereo, Senegal. This organization aim to develop cultural exchange between french and senegal children and provides development assistance (mangrove reafforestation, beach cleaning, etc.). Thereafter, I organized several exhibitions in the 20th district of Paris and at the Sorbonne. In 2005, I made a reportage in Dharamsala, India, seat of Tibetan Government in Exile. In 2009, I flew to Tokyo in order to make a reportage about the homeless of the capital. The next year, I went back to Japan to picture the young farmers of Shiga prefecture. In 2007, I started learning japanese language and culture at the university. I graduated my Master's degree in 2012, followed by a second one in the international relations field in 2014.