Photography has been a passion of mine
since witnessing the magic of a dark room while studying film
in college. I then enrolled at the University of Quebec in Montreal
to attain a Bachelor Degree of Fine Arts focusing on photography
and video. I created numerous photo essays and exhibitions and
also worked as a photojournalist for the university’s
in photojournalism opened the door to written journalism; after
achieving my Bachelor’s Degree in Montreal I traveled
to the Arctic and lived in Iqaluit, Nunavut.
I approached the French newspaper Le Nunavoix and the magazine
Le Toit du Monde, hoping to contribute as a freelance photographer,
and ended up being a writer as well as a photographer for both
publications, covering the Inuit people, their stories, culture,
social issues as well as a wide range of other circumpolar issues.
After my time in the North, I traveled around the world and
created a number of photo essays, while studying the Italian,
Spanish and English languages.
am currently taking a Master´s degree in International
Photojournalism and Documentary Photography with the London
College of Communications, which allows me to travel while studying.
I am now resettling in the breathtaking Colombian Amazons where
I plan on staying for some time until a new wind takes me away.