I will be going home soon (2017) after living in China for more than 10 years. This is my fictional last day in Shanghai: 24 hours, 24 images. An urgent collection of what my life in Shanghai was, before flying back.
About Tokyo. About subjectivity and spontaneity. Hopefully about simplicity as well. A personal photography blossom. All images shot in Tokyo (Japan) in March 2015.
3-chapters project about Chinese propaganda banners.
Escaping from the present without fear of being seen, the 'Day Dreamers' illustrate the complex link in China between private and public spheres.
Aloha in the Hawaiian language means affection, peace, compassion and mercy. It is now also used in English as a greeting to say goodbye and hello.
Over the years I got used that Chinese people ask to have their photo taken with us foreigners. I decided to invert the game for a change...
Visual reflection on advertising as a means of manipulation and the battlefield frontier between cities and countryside. Undergoing work.
Personal photo diary taken during the Brazil World Cup in 2014
A visual story of the rural café around the street corner of my village in Northern France.
Photo essay about Albert, former German farmer from Silesia who stayed in France the second part of his life, working with my grandfather then father.
Shanghai is a night cat, as it has been since its early days in the 19th century. The nights of Shanghai are a synthesis of the essence of the city: glamour, money, power and above all the relationship between women and men…
Coco TV is a single-channel Chinese antique TV set broadcasting propaganda programs from the 60th anniversary of the Popular Republic of China on Tiananmen square.
'Instants Décisifs' is a project presenting digitally-composed reality-like images. Shot during 2008 Beijing Olympics when China overpassed USA for the 1st time in the sport history.