A little more about me…

I am a French-born wildlife photographer and conservationist based in Whitehorse. I found my true calling in the untamed Yukon wilderness.

I grew up at the edge of the city and the backcountry in France,  and I have always been drawn to the beauty, peace, and truth of the natural world. After studying multimedia and computer science at university, I felt confined by the concrete jungle of Paris and longed for more wild in my everyday life. In 2008, I embarked on a year-long backpacking adventure across Canada and found my dream home in the Yukon, where I have been living since then. With my camera lens, I have captured countless breathtaking moments of caribou migration, grizzly bears feeding on salmon, wolf pack social behavior, moose rut, lynx, and more.



Montier-en-Der International Wildlife and Nature
Photo Festival (France)

2014 | Special Prize of the Jury
2012 | Landscapes – First Prize
2012 | Choice of the Retailers Award – First Prize
AVES Emotion’Ailes Photo Competition (Belgium)
2014 | The Man and the Bird – First Prize

Ma Murray Community Newspaper Awards

2013 | Feature Photo Award – Yukon News – Gold

Vancouver International Mountain
Film Festival (Canada)

2012 | Mountain Landscape – Second Prize
2012 | Mountain Flora/Fauna – Second Prize
2012 | Mountain Flora/Fauna – Third Prize

Festimages Nature (France)

2015 | Birds of the World – First Prize

Festival Image & Neige (France)

2012 | Highly commended