There is nothing interesting enough about me that justifies more than a few sentences. I started my life in the middle of shafts of coal mines in the north-east of France, just near the German border. Now I live in the south of France where the sky is brighter. Unfortunately, I'm not a huge fan of Provence sunny landscapes, so I waste my time shooting some abandoned stuffs, my friends or people I meet in the streets. Photography is like fishing, it's a good way to escape from reality and to stop time flow. Sometimes I'm back home empty handed, but the trip was worth it.
It seems that a big part of my photography is related to what is now called "UrbEx" (Urban Exploration). I started this activity when I was a kid without any camera, even before Jeff Chapman connected these two words. It was so exciting to visit bowels of the many incredible industrial monsters surrounding me. I began photography to shoot stars and planets almost at the same time, but the mix of these two hobbies came later once I realized the odd beauty of decay.