Born in Normandy in 1985, my passion for photojournalism started very early. I began working for local newspapers before taking a three-year staff photographer position for Caen city hall. Then, I freelanced for the reputed Agence France-Presse (AFP) while also working as an editor for local newspaper “La Presse de la Manche”. Joining AFP's Paris bureau in a full-time capacity in 2012 in time for the French presidential election coverage, I remained based in the capital until July 2016. During this time, my assignments ranged from French politics, social unrest and protests, the Roland Garros tennis open, Tour de France cycling race, the Charlie Hebdo and November Paris terrorist attacks, French military action in the conflict in Mali, the Tunisia terror attacks, and the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. In October 2016, I started a new chapter in my life, relocating to Istanbul where I currently work for IP3 photo agency.