My career path :
After passing my “Baccalauréat” (French equivalent of A levels), with a focus on science, I decided to do a two-year technical degree (BTS) in environmental management and protection to increase my knowledge on the management of natural places .
After getting some experience in landscaping, I became a nature guide in the salt marshes of Guérande, because I wanted to combine my love for nature with my desire to share this burning passion and to raise public awareness to the fragile beauty of nature.
I share my spare time between hunting in a way that is moderate and respectful of nature, the monitoring of snipes through ringing, the protection of the Loire estuary, animal photography, scuba diving, knife collecting, and of course great times with my family and friends!
Since childhood, I have been passionate about wilderness and I enjoy spending long hours watching animals in wetlands in Loire-Atlantique.
I especially like
photographing water birds, because I find both their
and their beauty interesting. I love the magic of the landscapes that
from their living environments.
But of course, I am only too pleased to capture the portrait of all the animals that come my way.
I discovered wildlife photography in 2006 and quickly enjoyed immortalizing these intimate moments spent in the nature.