I am a young thirty year old photographer living and working in Paris.
After having finished my philosophy studies with a mémoire about
Nietzsche and the physiology of art, I began working with light.
Featuring sooty black and white, my pictures question the idea of the
sacred as seen through daily life: revisiting the traditional
aesthetic of religious icons and confronting them with the triviality
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