ABOUT I am a French photographer based in New York. On a daily basis, I work as a photography teacher at The International Center of Photography and freelance portrait and travel photographer for major magazines and corporate clients in Europe and the US. My Broadway and On Your Roof series are represented and sold exclusively by Galerie Charon in Paris: Tel: +33.(0)126.96.36.199.32, email: email@example.com Some of my images are syndicated by Redux Agency in New York and Interlinks Images in Paris. My work was shown at the Palais de Tokyo, Bibliothèque Nationale de France Le Bon Marché, Galeris Charon, Galerie Duboys, Galerie Photo 12, Art Up Lille, Art 3G Bordeaux, Kunstmesse Frankfurt, Kunst 15 Zurich, Fotofever Paris and Soho Photo Gallery and awarded by Flash Forward 2009 (Canada) and La bourse du Talent 2009 (France). It has also been featured in The New York Times Newspaper, Condenast traveler, Harper Bazzar, The new York Observer, Vogue, The Guardian, Le Monde Magazine, Images Magazine, ELLE, Le Journal de La Photographie, The Good Life Magazine, View Magazine, Io Donna, Zoom magazine, Esquire, Radio Canada, fubiz.net, photographie.com and numerous blogs all over the world. My clients include: The new York Times Newspaper, Nestlé France, Libération, Havas Worldwide, Quinn NYC, Sephora, Le Point, Edible Manhattan, The Good Life, Storey Publishing, Popular Mechanics, Avram Rusu Interiors, James Koster Architect, Thomas Burak Interiors. Between 2000 and 2006, as well as working as an editorial portrait photographer in Paris, France, I created two major photography projects for underprivileged children: - LABO PHOTO, a mini-school of black and white film photography for kids between the ages of 5 and 11 years old This program ran for over 3 years and got the attention and sponsorship of the City Hall of Paris that subsequently introduced the children's images in numerous exhibitions. - REGARDS, an artistic reflection on photography as an alternative to violence for high school students struggling with insertion issues. "Regards" was acclaimed by the French media and continues to have a positive impact on the community today.