I always resisted becoming a photographer.
My artistic family infused in me the idea of seeing the world through a frame at a young age. I started taking photographs as a teen, but always refused that title, even throughout art school.
After studying Fine Arts and Political Sciences in France and Finland, I left my cherished hometown of Paris for New York in 2009 and pursued a career as a visual artist.
My work has been featured in solo and group shows in France, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States. It is part of Strasbourg's public collection (France). I have been invited for various residencies in France and the U.S., as well as to present my creative process at The New School-Parsons in New York.
In 2016, I went a little further West and relocated to Los Angeles with my husband Robby Sinclair. It is only then that I embraced commercial photography as a career.
Since then, I have had the privilege to work with local and international artists and brands. Today I feel immensely fortunate to spend my time cultivating beauty with people and companies that I love. While revolving around experiences and storytelling, my images span a large spectrum of subjects from lifestyle, travel, and portraiture, to food and product.
When I am not traveling, I call Los Angeles home.
If you're interested in knowing more, have purchase or project inquiries, say hello here:
Valley Cruise Press
Albert Hammond Jr
Winter Water Factory
Consulate General of France in Los Angeles
The Sunday Star Times
The Brooklyn Rail
Tique Art Paper
Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (CARLA)