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Cool lists of women street photographers to follow

To my happiness, there's been a regain in interest for female street photographers - who, as we know, are somewhat of a minority. Of course, being a women doesn't make you a better street photographer, far from that. But interestingly, I find female street photography to be often different than that of the mainstream communities led by men. It's oftentimes more subtle, emotional, timeless. It portrays the mundane not in sophisticated compositions, but rather as a flow of feelings, sounds, and smells. It's all that subtlety that I am pleased to find in those lists. And I thank the curators very much for the effort of putting them together!

First article: Top 20 Female street photographers to follow on Instagram, by Shooter Files.

Second article: Woman street photographers you should follow on the web, by Street Hunters

And finally, I would like to thank the readers of Street Hunters for including me in their 20 most influential street photographers list in 2017. This gives me wings to give more and more to you, my dear readers! Hopefully my next ebook will be a give back, if it turns out any good :)

Have a lovely day!


New project feature on Leica Fotografie International

The March edition of LFI (Leica Fotografie International) is featuring some of my color shadow work alongside an article about me! I am very grateful to the Leica team for interviewing me, and helping me sort out my images into a coherent project. The result is quite interesting.

You can find the issue (print or digital) here for pre-order:

As well, you can find my interview on the LFI blog.

Let me know what you think!


Feature in LFI Magazine, March 2016 edition

Feature in LFI Magazine, March 2016 edition

Illusion of being: Project published on LensCulture

I have very good news to announce: my  latest project was published on LensCulture following editors' review! This is a very short series, merely ten images. I was interested in what we hide, as human beings, in our longings for being ourselves, and for closeness with others.

"London, Soho, 2015. This series explores transience in human beings – the fleeting essence of human life, filled with hopes and longings. Acting as an extension of their inner self, the city transforms my subjects to expose their masks and loneliness. Using light as metamorphosis, my images play with illusions and disguises: illusion of closeness, of singularity, of significance."

I hope you will enjoy. Let me know your feedback!

WeStreet 2015, our collective book, is now out

A collective book on street photography, WeStreet is an amazing project. To discover more about the book, photographs and editors, go visit:

You can also order a print version of the book in different formats on Blurb, so don't hesitate to take a look. I am hugely grateful for this initiative, and the opportunity to be featured among so many great street photographers and friends.

Have a lovely day,