Her work is based on an in-depth observation of the relationships between Man, his intimacy, and the City. The city has progressively become the center of his work. She witnesses the cities which offer themselves to be seen and lived in the depth of time, reveals an organism in perpetual mutation. Her latest project, Ōmecittà, focuses on a small Japanese town where the history of cinema is told on the walls, has also resulted in a documentary film.
Her work is part of numerous public collections including the Bibliothèque National de France, the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, La Maison Rouge, la Fondation Antoine De Galbert
Collaborate also with the press including Figaro Magazine, Marie Claire, Elle, Numero Japan, Gala, Liberation…
Inherited his interest in photography from his grand-father Henri Odesser who was a recognised professional photographer in Annecy (France)
His inspiration is intimately connected to his passion for travel. He himself is living abroad since 2000’s
His exploration has shaped his photographic expression to an unexpected paradox: the exploration of contrasts between the gentle and abstract beauty lying in Nature, compared to rich and overloaded urban environments.