I’m a French journalist and filmmaker, video editor and motion designer by training, mostly making investigative news videos and documentaries. I work extensively with motion graphics, as well with 3D models, visual forensics, open source evidence, coding… Over the last few years I have reported, among other things, on police violence issues.
Before joining BBC Eye Investigations, I worked as a freelancer for various media outlets including Mediapart, Forensic Architecture, Le Monde, The New York Times Opinion, Disclose.ngo… Between 2016 and 2019, I held a position at Le Monde as a motion graphics reporter. And prior journalism, I worked as a motion designer and video producer in various contexts. I also once traveled the world to make breakdance videos.
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- 2022 – “Nemtsov’s Shadow” received a DIG Award (‘Best Investigative Medium’)
- 2021 – “The Shameful Mistake” received a jury mention at the DIG Awards
- 2021 – “Lagos Inferno” received an Amnesty Media Award (‘Broadcast News’)
- 2021 – “Lagos Inferno” received a DIG Award (‘Best Investigative Medium’)
- 2021 – Work featured in academic revue Intelligibilité du Numérique (Le Deuff/Roumanos)
- 2020 – Work featured in academic revue Communications (Gunthert)