For the first time in my career I decided not to cover a major event. I'm seeing something more timeless and universal.
I was in Australia, working on a photographic project on the aftermath of the wildfires, and there was a moment when I realized that this pandemic was not being contained. It was spreading everywhere. My family was back in Switzerland, and I was playing these scenarios through my mind: Borders being closed. What if I get sick? What if I get stuck? What if my wife, Kathryn, gets sick, and I can’t reach her?
I began with black and white photography in 2002. May as well be yesterday. He covered Brussels, looking for funny shots, humanistic photography. He cut classes in order to make his own prints. A little bit Tintin, very much Capa, and quickly, he settled in Paris where he was bitten by News Fever.