When Alain Hubert invited me in 2000 to participate in a mountaineering expedition in Antarctica as his photographer, it was a dream come true. Antarctica, here I come.
I am an outdoor photographer with more than 20 years of experience living in Chamonix Mont-Blanc, France.
Throughout my career, I have been following explorers, mountain climbers, skiers and snowboarders. I have also worked for the press as well as on advertising and marketting material for well known brands.
This site is my online portfolio, presenting the work I have done for a wide variety of clients.
I followed the construction of a glass cube on top of the Aiguille du midi, allowing tourists to experience heights.
I accompanied the Internatuional Polar Foundation during the construction of the first ever "Zero Emission" research station in Antarctica.
A few pictures from my reportage for Paris Match on Catherine Destivelle. As a long time friend of her, I followed her since she started climbing.
This is a collection of various mountaineering pictures I have done either for myself or for various clients. Moutaineering and mountains both have a really special place in my work.
In 2002 and 2007 I accompanied Alain Hubert and Dixie Dansercoer for their Compaq Pole II and Arctic Arc expeditions. I was also in charge of providing branding and marketing material for both sponsors: Compaq and Rolex.