As a visual storyteller and appearance activist, my journey began with a fascination for the unconventional narratives of French New Wave cinema, particularly the works of Jean Luc Godard, which sparked my transition from film to photography.

Exploring globally, I’ve discovered untold stories hidden within and by society’s shadows.

The lens captures reality, seizing elusive moments filled with mystery and allure.

Through my work, I aim to challenge perspectives and rock the essence of humanity.

Each image holds layers waiting to be peeled back, inviting viewers to delve into the enigmatic realms of the Unfabled document.

Armed with a master’s degree in Journalism, I explored visual storytelling at the Rodchenko School of Photography and Media Arts. Expanding my expertise in film and audiovisual techniques at ESEC Paris Film School.

the School of Visual Arts in New York refined my narrative skills across diverse mediums.

Fueled by a passion for innovation and a commitment to social change, I continue to push the boundaries of visual storytelling, using my art to shine a light on Unfabled stories that will shape our future.

Sometimes art can change how people see the world, but I want to change how the world sees people.

Through my imagery, I am passionate about giving a voice to the voiceless – Shining light amidst overshadowed places.