I was born in 1986 in Switzerland in a little town called Payerne. I always felt different: really emotional and attracted to the artistic world. Up until my 20th Birthday, I had no idea that I will become a photographer.
In my little town, being an artist is not a way of life, so I decided to start a school for nurses. During these 3 years, it was really hard and it made me realize that life is short and you need to follow your dreams. That’s when I made the decision: try to enter the School of Applied Arts in photography. I passed the selection in 2006. For 3 years, I discovered the ins and outs of the world of photography… I gradually developed my style and my personality. In 2009, I finally became a freelance photographer and started to discover the world through the lens of my camera!
At that time, I was lucky to collaborate with a Swiss filmmaker and we traveled all over France and Canada for 1 year. I continued developing my style more and more. People, places, landscapes, everything was beautiful and I was able to show people what I saw and how amazing it was. When we came back from this journey, I continued to work for different clients in Switzerland.
In 2010, I started sports photography, especially focusing on Mixed Martial Arts and the combat sports world. Around the cage, I consider myself a sensitive photographer searching for human emotions. I want to show everyone these moments of humanity happening inside the cage that most people can't or don't want to see. This desire is what really makes me passionate about my work. Since then, I've started to travel to Florida and today I am between my two countries, Switzerland and America. I accomplished my dream: I am a photographer!