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Photographer based in the Greater London Area and the South West of France.
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Who I am and how I started

Fine art photographer.. ambidextrous, bilingual and synesthetic.

I had my first attempts at photography nearly 8 years ago.  I shot self portraits as part of a self-imposed recovery programme. I was struck by a lightning and then I  had a brain stroke. I was paralysed from head to toe on the right hand side of my body. And I lost the ability to speak and to understand my mother tongue. It did not last for a long time, but the consequences did. I recovered completely though. But it took me years to overcome the psychological side effects. I had to learn to match my body image to my real body. I had to understand that feeling asymetric was just a trick of the mind. I had to stop cropping my photos and discarding half of my face. But I got acquainted with a wonderful world, a world with no language, a world with no worries, where only the present moment was so vivid and so alive.

Then I broadened my experience and decided it was time to shoot other subjects. At this stage I learnt photography. I got a new camera and learnt the techniques and the skills.

Self portraits will be back, but this time I will be the model for the stories I’d like to tell you. I wrote a lot in the past and my notebooks need to find a new shape..

What I do and my interests

Some of my photographs are available as cards and prints (links will be provided soon).
I am available for retouching and old photograph restoration,  and  for artistic portraits sessions.

I am also  interested in alternative cultures, alternative ways of lives or alternative ways of celebration ; nature as opposed to culture ; boudoir and eroticism ; resilience ; the little intrinsic particularities that make who we are ; and so much more..

For more details about my professional background meet me on LinkedIn. I am also available on Facebook and you can follow me on Twitter.

The blog

The blog explores seasonal inspirations, perception and illusions, colours and palette, skills and technique, a pinch of history, visual storytelling techniques, and news about my projects and collections updates.