I have a PhD in visual and filmic sociology and I teach at Evry university in France in connection with my dual practice as a filmmaker and sociology researcher. I make documentary films as part of research productions. The issues of margins, deviant trajectories, youth and alternative culture are at the heart of my work in filmic sociology.
Beyond my own production, I collaborate in various research projects that are accompanied by a film or multimedia productions from institutional film to contemporary art. I teach and practice documentary writing as a form of research and expression in all its varieties and riches, exploring its innovative and creative forms.
Exploring the fields of possibilities, embracing the unexpected and the renewal of thought and creativity are all proposals that are at the heart of my teaching method being fundamentally linked to the sociological gaze developed in my research work on the porosity of the boundaries between disciplines and practices in humanities.
Evry University Paris-Saclay, France
Center Pierre Naville
Image and Society Research Axis