Born in Brussels in 1957, He is self-educated and, in
parallel to a so-called traditional career, he has always used
photography as a means of expression. Traveling the world, he works several years long on a documentary illustrating the 1950s through festivals, or "people well-adapted to
their century whose hearts are in another".
He holds his first exhibit in 2012; a book entitled "50s' TODAY", with
a foreword by Patrick Roegiers, comes out in 2015 and is received with
non-negligible success by both the media and the public.
Great photographers such as Robert Capa, Garry Winogrand, Robert
Frank, William Klein, Saul Leiter, Willy Ronis, Marc Riboud, Brassaï, and
many others ... are the Masters who inspire him. He gains confidence from the recognition of a few of his shots by "Leica Fotografie International", some specialized
websites and some renowned magazines such as the famous "Photo" and
the French "Réponse Photos" that award him a price in 2019. It is also
in 2019 that he receives an award from the Deutsche Bank during the
"Shoot for Good" exhibit. With this "Metropolis" series, he invites us, in the company of enigmatic sentries, to a sensitive and aesthetic city trip…
The purchase of a Leica entices him to adopt a more personal and more