​​​​​​​Photographing the invisible.
I am of French-Peruvian descent. I grew up in Lima and France, in this two different cultures. This allowed me to travel South-America and Europe. I am a photographer with a background in Fine arts. I studied in l’École Supérieure des beaux Arts de Rennes and at the Université de Rennes 2, in France.
I got my degree in 2016, after an internship of six months in Buenos Aires, in the cultural magazine Hecho en Bs. As.
At young age I developed a profound interest in other cultures, other worlds to discover. My style comes from this anthropologic approach and a dream-like aesthetic, a mise-en-scene of my inner world.
For me photography is the encounter of two worlds, the visible and the invisible, like the French poet Paul Éluard once described it.
Exhibitions :
"The Koman Kenia, guardians of the lake"
The Latin American House of Brussels, Belgium. April 2017.
La Maison de L'Amérique Latine de Bruxelles. Belgique, Avril 2017.
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"Koman Kenia, the land flew away"
French Peruvian School of Lima. Peru, October 2017.

Lycée Franco-Péruvien à Lima. Pérou, Octobre 2017.
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Published work:
“Portrait of a Shipibo”, National Geographic editor's choice for the “Your Shot - Daily dozen” contest. February the 27th 2018.

Cover for the Spanish magazine Forma from UPF Barcelona. January 2018.

Photo book “The Enchanted Lake of Koman Kenia” for the French NGO KAPÉ. December 2017.
For all enquiries, commissions and sales, please contact :
+51 963 424 148 (Peru)
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