Why photography ?
Since very young, I love drawing, but I always had difficulties to depict what I had in mind. When I was 14 I received my first camera. That was the moment I discovered photography. I quickly learned how to use it. I started to read more and more about photography. I tried everything I read. That was a revelation. The camera was the tool I always dream of. I was finally able to express myself..
Over time I tried portrait, nude and wedding photography. Ultimately it was landscape photography that attracted me the most. I love being able to pay tribute to Mother Nature by capturing the landscapes, the light, the seasons that change all the time and sculpt time throughout the day.
Your inspiration ?
I like Instagram, which I use often as a search engine. Whenever I plan a trip, I surf it to be inspired about the region I plan to visit. I even sometimes use it to plan my road trip as well.
What is unique in your photographs ?
It is coming from my soul, it is a part of me.
The context of creation of your new series ?
For the time being, due to COVD-19, I can’t travel as much as I wish. Having said that, I take it as an opportunity to travel in my own country, discovering it and taking pictures of it. A photographer once said: you need to be able to see the beauty next door if you want to be able to photograph other landscapes. So my next series will be Swiss landscapes.
Any anecdote for us ?
The photo "Nature Glacée" was almost never shot. That day, I only had 30 minutes to take my pictures as I had an appointment afterwards. It was only on the way back that I discovered the bridge and took the picture. I took only three pictures of it and it was the last of the series!
The picture you would have loved to shoot ?
"Ice Waterfall" from Paul Nicklen.
The latest prizes / awards / prides you got ?
Being published by YellowKorner!
Your next projects ?
I am planning a road trip to the Italian part of Switzerland and the Swiss National Park in the Grisons this summer. I would like to make a photo shooting of the different landscapes in black and white.
Your motto ?
"Learning by trying"
Any crush on a YK picture ?
Of course yes! YK features a lot of great pictures, but I especially love this one "Clouds of Patagonia" from Jakub Polomski. I follow his work since a while and I really love his style.