I started working as an independant filmmaker after a 2.5 year worldtour on a tandem bike with my former lover. The revelation came as a bit of a shock: I never had a camera for myself before and wasn’t interested in one (said I), but suddenly, upon departure, a local television prompted me to film our journey. And yahoo! I realized I was meant to tell stories, shoot images and edit films. When that first long journey ended, I fully (read: with passion, heart, energy and lots of mistakes) launched myself in a career as an independant adventure filmmaker. Ever since I produced all the films you can see on this website, at a dizzy rate of 2 to 3 films per year. I aim at telling beautiful stories, bringing back good news and food for thoughts from the world, with a personal look on life, lots of laughters and beauty.
|Poster||Title / Year||Pitch||Feature|
|Poster||Title / Year||Pitch||Feature|
|a fruity+freeride adventure with fatbikes on Nicaragua's volcanos||1 film, running time 52 minutes, broadcast on tv and screened at festivals|
|Mutation At The Summit|
|ascent and freeride down Svalbard's summit without legs...||1 film, running time 10 or 60 minutes, broadcast on tv and screened at festivals|
|Winter Tyres Mandatory|
|riding a fatbike accross the Vercors range in winter pulling a sled||1 film, running time 35 or 60 minutes, broadcast on tv and screened at festivals|
|in-depths with Grenoble's ultra-trail||1 film, running time 14 minutes, free access on the internet|
|running across the White Teeth mountain range in lightweight mode and autonomy||1 film, running time 60 or 26 minutes, broadcast on tv|
| The Tale Of Jack Frost|
|the making-of "71° Solitude North" shot, written and edited as a standalone adventure film about fatbiking and shooting films in the arctic cold||1 film, running time 22 or 35 minutes, broadcast on tv and screened at festivals worldwide|
|71° Solitude North|
|a lone woman skis across Lapland on her own, pulling a sled heavier than herself||1 film, running time 52 min, screened at festivals worldwide|
|ski adventure across the Jura Range as if it was the Far North||1 film, running time 52 or 26 min, broadcast on tv and screened at festivals|
|riding a tandem with 2 kids across the Spanish mountains to investigate on ecovillages||1 film, running time 60 min, screened at festivals worldwide|
|diary of a food transition towards raw veganism and portrait of a naturopath||1 film, running time 52 min, free broadcast on the web|
|One Step Aside|
|running across the Chartreuse mountain range outside of sing-posted paths and regular trails||1 film, running time 30 min, broadcast on TV and screened at festivals|
|No Man Iceland|
|across Iceland on a tandem with a baby, looking for the Queen of the Elves||1 film, running time 10 or 52 min, broadcast on TV & screened at festivals worldwide + a short documentary|
|The Big Detour|
|2.5 years around the world on a tandem||3 films, running time 52 min each, broadcast on TV & screened at festivals worldwide + numerous free videos and short documentaries|
By now you’ve understood that I like to produce images. I do it my way, with passion and dedication. I’m an able worker and a pleasant work partner. My work certainly isn’t very academic or conventional but I know how to adapt to any constraints, probably because I’m an avid learner and always keen to improve myself.
Over the years, I developed my own all-terran, sporty Reporter, Cameraman and Film-maker profile, but I also sometimes performs as a photographer or editor.
Independent film maker
As this site shows, I regularly make my own adventure films, documentaries, and promotional videos.
But you can just as well ask me to make the film of your adventure, produce a video for you, or work for you as a cameraman.
Reporter and cameraman
I enjoys putting my skills at work for others.
My unconventional approach and the knowledge gathered through years of travel around the world make me an interesting asset.
Occasionally, I can also perform as a photographer.
That’s one pleasure I sometimes indulge in: diving into someone else’s footage and unwrap all those takes one after the other, to unveil their secrets and build a story out of it. If you don’t quite know where to start working on your footage, ask me.
In every situation, I seem to be appreciated for my autonomy, my flexibility and my availability. Owning all the necessary equipment, my years of travel have tought me to keep it light and use it efficiently.