I was born in 1986 in Toulon, France. I live in Paris.
After technical Audiovisual Image studies, at Jacques Prevert BTS in Boulogne-Billancourt, I graduated with a Master II Cinema Research from Paris-Sorbonne. I started my career as a camera assistant, then quite quickly as cinematographer. In 2013, I directed "Le Dernier fil à la patte", a short film that extends my aesthetic research on the image in natural light. I explore non-verbal, icy and absurd visual atmospheres (Nektàr mini-series). I feed off a balance between independent projects, sometimes outside the circuit, and other more supervised. Constraints often push me to experiment with new cinematographic methods and devices, in a lifelong learning and renewal. Each film is a prototype, each director is unique. Close attention must be paid to allow this encounter, I attach a great importance to the human relationship that is woven during this collaboration. I am a part of the NOU collective, regroupment of directors, visual artists and former programmer of the projection cycles L'Affriche (Montreuil), Cinéma écrans voisins (Paris). Today, I continue my work on stand-alone projects (Baïkal symposium documentary by Chloé Laumonnier, shot in Siberia around an artistic and scientific residence, or the cineplastic work Hunter Nights by Pierre Pascual), alternating with various projects of fictions and comedies for the web, or advertising orders.