I think of my work as a form of visual archeology. I explore the physical world around me, looking for surfaces, objects and spaces that express human presence. My main source of inspiration is the city, with its urban textures, permanent marks and ephemeral traces. 

I primarily work in photography. Everyday things and places encountered outside or inside, above, on, or below ground become records, which act as my personal points of reference in my search for roots within a nomadic life. As I explore these witnesses to human existence, I oscillate between an urge to document their obsolescence and the desire to discover their transcendence.