About

In a society that has become epileptic, I question disequilibrium, speed, and vertigo.   

Are we on the edge of the abyss?

Between free fall and ecstasy, between memory and amnesia, I ask myself about the role of humanity, its identity.

Using fiction and the burlesque, I tell a story of humanity on a tightrope, into which intrude crazy characters – sometimes played by myself. Monsters, in the broad sense, and symbols.

I also explore science fiction and the emergence of imaginary worlds.

Characterised by tangents and reversals, my images range from absurdism to contemplation.

Passionate about anthropology, literature and theatre, I issue an invitation to imagine a new world in which laughter triumphs over anxiety.  

I mainly produce mises en scène, photographic frescos, and short films.