Since the age of 18 years old, photography has been occupying an important role in my life. In the eighties, when I was around 20 years old and after graduating from the Swiss school of modeling, I started working as a fashion photo model while I was as well pursuing my dance studies.
The vision that stimulates me as a photographer is often linked to movement, dance and choreography. I particularly enjoy observing and then capturing, in a few seconds, the image of bodies moving in space. Our bodies that are so often forgotten, sometimes anonymous and even lonely and that nevertheless at the same time carry us from one point to another across the stage of our daily lives.
The human being in his most various daily activities and probably without even noticing it, continuously makes dance steps, choreographed steps. My pictures express those life moments, those movement gestures where activity, dynamism and togetherness meet as well physical boringness, loneliness and independence.