Welcome stranger, to a dreamy memory of fashion's recent past.
A photo-reportage. A collection of visual essays. A chronicle of a series of events.

I am influenced by Henri Cartier-Bresson's decisive moment.

I like candid moments and serendipity.

My constant source of inspiration is Slim Aarons. The photojournalist who traveled the world to capture the essence of the rich and famous and made a career out of what he called “photographing attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places".

I am inspired by Mario Testino's LET ME IN book and his absolutely beautiful work.
Other important sources of inspiration :Norman Parkinson, Bruce Weber, Elliott Erwitt, Richard Avedon, Josef Koudelka, Herb Ritts, Annie Leibovitz, Tim Walker, Bill Cunningham and Helmut Newton.

Favorite photographers of all time include Gary Winogrand, Irving Penn, Cecil Beaton, Daido Moriyama, Paolo Roversi, Hedi Slimane, Juergen Teller, Mario Sorrenti, David Sims.

And last but not least there is a very special young photographer who inspires me. Nirrimi Hakanson. Her work is simply amazing. So passionate and so moving.

I am interested in documentary, fashion photography, portraiture and filmmaking.
You can watch a short film here.

For enquiries and commissions you can contact me.

Self-portrait at YSL Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild

I took this picture when I was about seven. As soon as I saw this abandoned water slide I wanted to capture it.  I remember that
I wasn't afraid to climb that high by myself. The only reason I wanted to go up there was to take a photo. Must have had it in me!