I was born in 1965 in Paris France. I came to Washington DC in the summer of 1977. I went to the French International School, now known as Lycee Rochambeau in Bethesda Maryland where I acquired my Baccalaureat. I then went on to Montgomery College to learn English and get a Bachelor Degree in Marketing.

At the age of 15 I received my first camera a Canon T50. There started my love for photography, capturing the perfect moment whether be with people or Nature.
I have been an independent Photographer since 1996.

I have been monthly published in The Washington Post Magazine in Travel section and Food section. Also for The Washington Post Paper for the following sections: Food, Weekend, Sunday Source, Home and Kids Post.

The Washingtonian Magazine published me monthly under the section heading: Dinning Out.

My work was also regularly seen in : The Washington Diplomat, DC Modern Luxury Magazine and Where Magazine.

Other clients include : USA Today, F&B Hotels and Resorts, Cisco Systems, Shiseido Cosmetics, Country Living, Hewlett-Packard, Author Ronald Kessler and Center for Stabilization and Reconstruction Studies.

My ultimate goal is to satisfy clients with dynamic photography that captures the essence and the moments of the project at hand.