At the origin of my artistic work is my blood family.
In 2003, during my last year of art school, photography became a way to
explore every aspect of my family story.
The approach is frontal, figurative, documentary; the disturbing, dark content:
my work is an outlet, it helps me to take a step back on an environment that I love
but who overflows me.
A nurturing house in the heart of a large park symbolizes this family where
everything is lived intensely.
It’s the work of art of a mother, we gather each other regularly.
With time, travel, eternals returns, my soothed gaze has internalized.
I see this house now as a spiritual playground, an imaginary space populated by
symbols, enigmatic images, tender and cruel, drawn from a tale for children.
Today, this work has spread to other families.
The House of Happiness is a project put at the service of families.
Anyone can participate.