After completing a masters degree in Modern Literature and a degree in cinematographic studies in Paris, I travelled for two years from India to Indonesia before settling in Cambodia where I started to work as a photographer. I moved back to Europe to start an ongoing photography project documenting women’s issues in underground scenes. I live between Paris, Berlin and Sydney.
My work is characterized by an intimate relationship to my subject, and straddles an often blurred line between personal diary and documentary. It questions notions of identity, representation and gender in society’s fringes in order to smash established norms.
My work has been exhibited internationally, including in Perth ( PCP Iris Award, 2017), Tokyo (Slideluck, 2016) and Istanbul (Documentary Days, 2016). Most recently I was selected as the winner of the 2017 Iris Award at the Perth Center for Photography.
Photo by Tristan Still