I am a journalist, filmmaker and designer from France. I make news videos and documentary films, often investigating state violence or human rights violations. I specialise in visual forensics films, using emerging media techniques… open source investigation, 3D modelling, data-mining, motion design… to shed light on intricate stories.

Over the last few years, I have worked for the BBC World Service, Le Monde, Mediapart, Forensic Architecture, Disclose… A number of these investigations have been noticed by the profession, including the GIJN‘The Shameful Mistake'(Le Monde)
GIJN‘s Best Investigative Stories in French, 2021
, the Amnesty Media Awards◾︎ ‘Finding my Torturer’ (BBC), ‘Best Investigation’, 2023
◾︎ ‘Lagos Inferno’ (BBC) ‘Broadcast News Award’, 2021
and the DIG Awards ◾︎ ‘Nemtsov’s Shadow’ (BBC), Best Investigative Medium, 2022
◾︎ ‘The Shameful Mistake’ (Le Monde), Jury’s Mention, 2022
◾︎ ‘Lagos Inferno’ (BBC), Best Investigative Medium, 2021

I learned journalism on the job. Before 2018, I worked for eight years as a motion designer and videographer in various contexts, alongside traveling the world to document breaking, my longtime passion.

I give workshops on motion design and video journalism, in the past at CFJ Paris, ESJ Lille, MMI Bordeaux, INA… I also make tutorials on Youtube, and freely share a few design templates.

For any enquiry, just drop me an email.