MADE IN THE USA
Transformed in France
The Story of an American in the Dordogne
Following years of extensive travel, a New Yorker by birth, I have chosen to stop in the Dordogne.
With an atypical career, I grew up in New York and at 20 I discovered Paris where I worked in a large trend forecasting and design bureau.
Later on, my travels followed one after another, I lived for a time in Spain and Portugal, in Nordic countries and in Africa.
Seduced by the French art of living, I ended up laying my bags down in the heart of this beautiful region, surrounded by people I love.
Passionate about photography, I have always loved immortalizing the world that I discover, with curiosity and sensitivity.
So naturally I photograph and film today my new ecosystem, highlighting nature, men and women rich with authentic stories.
In love with architecture, heritage and construction, I wanted to enter this environment, so I started off by obtaining my degree as an Electrician, and went on to earn an additional degree as Building Design Technician and Draftswoman.
I have my feet firmly on the ground, but I particularly like to take height by offering my photos and films made with a drone, to fly like a bird, closer to the subject with a wide angle and a new view.