I was born in Belgium in 1992. I graduated in 2015 from IHECS University in Brussels, where Istudied photojournalism for 5 years. I believe in the capacity of a camera to facilitate contacts between people and to testify unheard stories. I am passionate about people’sdaily life and therefore I worked on different photo projects such as families living in the destroyed district of Tarlabasi in Istanbul, the struggle of a Burkinabè refugee settling in Brussels, the lifestyle of a «Belgian-carolo» family, and recently on change makers women searching for emancipation in Iran and Turkey. Recently, I won the jury prize and public prize of the Mentor Award for my work « Téhéran : les visages de l’indépendance » at the festival Visa Pour l’Image in Perpignan.

I also worked for the Lebanese newspaper L’Orient-Le Jour in Beyrouth. There, I focused on the exploitation of the migrant domestic workers. Currently, I am based in Istanbul as a freelance photojournalist reporting stories on social issues from the Middle East. I am represented by the Studio Hans Lucas

My work has been published in Le Courrier International, Al Jazeera, Femmes ici et ailleurs, Les Jours, Orient XXI, L’Orient-Le Jour, Die Weltwoche, The Daily Star, 6 Mois and 24h01.





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