Growing up in the South of France I was always fascinated by nature. I would spend hours in the nearby countryside searching for birds. I was given my first pair of binoculars at age 8. By age 12 I had purchased my first spotting scope, shortly after I attached a compact camera and discovered photography – I was hooked.
I went on to study color science and cinematography, gaining a strong technical background in film and image making. By Combining a technical skill set with a life long passion I have become extremely efficient in tracking, observing and recording rare wildlife, especially birds and have been fortunate enough to work on a string of major natural history productions around the world.
Along side documentaries I work as a freelance cinematographer, photographer and bird guide. I recently completed the grand loop of Australia and recorded more than 600 bird species. I’ve also travelled and recorded wildlife extensively throughout Southeast Asia, Pacific, Africa and Europe. I am an enthusiastic eBirder and believe it is one of the most powerful tools we have for the conservation and study of birds.