By following the link below you will be able to see my newest project, still in progress, and support it. It is a documentary about the life of Claudette, a happy hermaphrodite prostitute working in Switzerland.
The exhibition of “The waiting rooms of Europe project” is being exhibited in “Focale” Galery in Nyon. It will be displayed until the 11th of March. You can find all details on the galery website:
The photo esay “The waiting rooms of Europe” will soon be exhibited in Focale Galery in Nyon (close to Geneva), starting on the 28th of January. It will be my first solo exhibition.
The documentary has also been publised in “Square Mag”, in a special issue dedicated to square format reportage photography:
It is also currently published by the australien magazine “Time Machine Mag” alongside projects by Simon Norfolk and Tony Greaves:
The documentary “The waiting rooms of Europe” has been published on the website of Geo. You can see it following this link:
However the article and captions are in french
The website is now updated with the pictures taken in Greece for « The waiting rooms of Europe » project. This documentary is now getting to an end, and I am currently developing it as a book and as a multimedia essay.
I will be in Arles from the 4th of July to present this project during the portfolio reviews.
I am currently in Athens working on “the waiting rooms of Europe” project, Greece being one of the key destination for immigrants trying to reach Europe. The situation in Athens is extremely problematic, especially since the economical crisis that struck the country, raising the unemployment rates and making it almost impossible for immigrants to find a stable position in the country.
The pictures produced during this trip will be added to the website in a few weeks.
… to my brand new web site!
I hope you’ll enjoy the projects which are displayed on it, do not hesitate to send me emails if you have questions or just comments, and i’ll do my best to get back to you as soon as possible.
I will soon be in Greece to continue the “Waiting Rooms of Europe” project, so look at this one as what it is: work in progress!
thanks and hopefully see you soon!