10 Jan, 2023
Journée is a stroll. It is a visual poetry, a photographic story with an autobiographical character that offers a free interpretation of reality. The series is set on my daily journeys. The ones we walk through every day to go to work or to go shopping. Those times when we are glued to our phones or lost in our thoughts. In a society where nobody takes the time to look at the familiar space that surrounds them, I show here that the ordinary, the mundane, the routine can be full of poetry if you take the time to observe.Each photograph seems to be the start of enigmatic stories. Photographic language, marked by a mixture of color and black and white, blurs the lines between dream and reality. Timelessness and melancholy give each image the character of a deliberately subjective memory. These are impressions, perfumes, sounds that break the time sequence into fragments. Fragments of a capital city hiding traces of the marvelous in the mundane and the everyday environment.
Born in Paris in 1983 My photography is both narrative in the process and poetic in the aesthetic. I often work on several series at the same time and let intuition and circumstances guide my practice. After studying mechanics and two years in industry, I turned to photography in 2007, since then I have been patiently building my photographic work. My approach is guided by the need to express my feelings, to tell them in the form of photographic series talking both about the relationship between man and his environment as well as the links that unite dreams and reality. I use this medium to talk about the world around me, to ask questions. I’m not trying to be objective. The real is my only raw material with which I try to create an intimate and sensitive work where the viewer is free to create their own story. The imagination and poetry are the key elements of my work. visual poems, photographic narratives with autobiographical elements.