I was born and grew up in Toulon in southern France. On my 18th birthday the doors to photography opened for me when my aunt gave me a camera. A real, single lens reflex camera. In 1987 I moved to Berlin, and two years later the wall came down right in front of my lenses. I was in the right place at the right time and made the most of the situation by leaving my job and becoming a professional photographer. After a visit to Paris I began working for Libération. Commissions with other French magazines, such as Le Point, l’express or Le Nouvel Observateur, followed. At the same time I became a correspondent for the international photo agency Sipa Press. In 1992 I joined the photographers at G.A.F.F. and began to work for German magazines like Focus, Der Spiegel or GEO, doing long-term documentations on the evolvement of the new Potsdamer Platz and the rebuilding of the Museumsinsel in Berlin. In 2003 I changed over to Agentur LAIF. Increasingly I have come to work in the corporate sector for businesses and institutions.
Ambassade de France, Agentur CB.e, Deutsche Bahn, Dumont Verlag, Figaro Magazine, Focus Magazine, GEO Magazine, German Arts, Ingenieurgesellschaft Auto und Verkehr, Agentur Kircher Burkhardt, l’express, Le Nouvel Observateur, Le point, Libération, Merian, National Geographic books, Newsweek, Nicolai Verlag, Sony, Sparkassenverband, Der Spiegel, Stern, Time magazine, Tishman Speyer, Total Deutschland, Visitberlin, Agentur Zitrusblau und andere.