I am a young photographer and an architect too, it is moreover the School of Architecture that gave me the taste for the recording and the bases of the argentic development. But it is the photography which learnt me to look and to like the architecture, the natural and urban landscapes.

Landscape, urban issues and architecture have always fascinated me and especially the intermediate spaces, wastelands, etc." Through photography, I find a certain aesthetic in these intermediate spaces, these “undefined spaces” where time seems suspended. The past’s traces are visible, not staged. They coexist with the modern world. At the same time, these places of mutations have enormous potential, challenges of new architectural and urban contemporary issues.

I'm currently working with analog films.