I'm a passionate

I help editorial & creative teams to translate their project into a digital reality.

I'm a passionate

I help editorial & creative teams to translate their project into a digital reality.

I'm a passionate

I help editorial & creative teams
to translate their project into a digital reality.

A few words

About me

Ten years of photojournalism and as much in the new media nourish my professional career. Attached to still and animated images, to the narration in information and strong experiences, I develop through my collaborations a multi-platform expertise that integrates the narrative, technical and experiential dimensions necessary to pursue the engagement of web audiences. 
I join teams as a Digital Media Content Strategist and help them translate their editorial project into digital reality. 
What I'm doing

fields of expertise

"Every vague objective inevitably leads to a very precise fuck up."
– Frederic Dard
"Every vague objective inevitably leads to a very precise fuck up."
– Frederic Dard

Digital Journalism

I've been spending the last 10 years specializing in Digital Journalism, studying the specificities of a real digital native journalism. I've come to discover, test and work with a large set of tools to create engaging content. This long shot effort gave me the insight to know what works best to make a story work on the web.  
My personal lab is "journalism.design", a place on the intertubes where I can experiment as much as I want.

Interactive Projects

For the last 5 years, I've been working on different digital projects. As a digital project manager, I've learn the way to use agile methodology, UX design and other project management tools to efficiently create a projet that follows a strong production process. The idea, is to adapt design methods to a journalism process. 
Strong from these multiple experiences, I can help you go through all the every steps of a production.

Training Sessions

Since 2010, I'm sharing my experiences with others. I have created and facilitated numerous conferences and workshops for Storycode Paris and other organizations.  I'm also a visiting teacher at the Journalism School of Sciences Po in Paris and worked for the CFJ, CFPJ, INA and la Sorbone amongst others.
I can help you think and create an editorialized event that will help people better understand what you do. 
The organizations I belong to

NETwork

Back in Paris in 2010, I decided with a couple of friends to create the first chapter of Storycode outside of New York. Storycode is a creation of Mike Knowlton and Aina Abiodum and aims at gathering a group of practitioners working in the field of transmedia storytelling and new storytelling formats such as Virtual Reality. In 2015, I've joined  Flavien Plouzennec, Pierre Leibovici et Jérémie Poiroux to animate UX for News. 

Co-founder of UX for News.

Ux For News is an initiative that promotes the use and adoption of design methods and more specifically user experience design (UX) in media and journalism.

Founder of Storycode Paris

Storycode Paris brings together authors, directors, producers, developers, game designers, UX designers that are interested in digital storytelling formats and VR.

Co-founder of UX for News.

Ux For News is an initiative that promotes the use and adoption of design methods and more specifically user experience design (UX) in media and journalism.

Founder of Storycode Paris

Storycode Paris brings together authors, directors, producers, developers, game designers, UX designers that are interested in digital storytelling formats and VR.
Some Work

My Portfolio

Over the years, I have worked on many projects, whether as a consultant, producer or even as an author. Find some projects that have punctuated and continue to punctuate my life as a journalist and author.

Wires & Lights in a Box

Wires & Lights in a Box

Wires & Lights in a Box is Journalism.design's podcast magazine which - about twice a month - explores in depth an aspect of digital journalism that has marked the news. The title comes from a quote made by Edward Murrow in his thank-you speech to RTDNA (Radio-Television News Directors Association) on October 15, 1958.
"Wires & Lights in a Box" comes from this quote made by Edward Murrow in his thank-you speech to RTDNA (Radio-Television News Directors Association) on October 15, 1958. In this speech, he tries to defend the production of responsible content and calls on the bosses of channels of the time not to succumb to the calls of entertainment under penalty of seeing this unique object that was television at the time, become instead of an instrument of progress, a simple lightbox filled with electric wires. This podcast series is in line with this call. 

GROZNY: NINE CITIES

GROZNY: NINE CITIES

Grozny: Nine Cities, joint project by Olga Kravets, Maria Morina, and Oksana Yushko, exploring specific aspects of Grozny’s aftermath through considering them as “cities” hidden within Grozny. Chewbahat Storytelling Lab was proud to co-produce the interactive documentary of this amazing project. Please feel free to visit grozny.chewbah.at
Grozny: Nine Cities, joint project by Olga Kravets, Maria Morina, and Oksana Yushko, exploring specific aspects of Grozny’s aftermath through considering them as “cities” hidden within Grozny. Chewbahat Storytelling Lab was proud to co-produce the interactive documentary of this amazing project. Please feel free to visit grozny.chewbah.at

The moneyocracy project

The moneyocracy project

The MONEYOCRACY project is a transmedia documentary featuring a 90 minutes documentary and an interactive documentary published by leMonde.fr. It analyses the major impact of the 2010 Citizens United vs. F.E.C ruling on the U.S democracy.  
The MONEYOCRACY project is a trasnmedia documentary featuring a 90 minutes documentary and an interactive documentary published by leMonde.fr. It analyses the major impact of the 2010 Citizens United vs. F.E.C ruling on the U.S democracy. The film focuses on the rise of Super PACs and their affiliated secret organizations – the 501c4s - and documents how these organizations influence the political debate and American voters during the 2012 presidential campaign and beyond through political advertising. 

From THE GROUND

From THE GROUND

"From the Ground"  was supposed to exist as a mini-series exploring the work of the Haytham Pictures photographers. This interview of Edouard Elias was recorded a couple of weeks before his abduction with Didier François (Europe1) in Syria. Too shocked to continue the project, we decided to stop the ongoing production.
"From the Ground"  was supposed to exist as a mini-series exploring the work of the Haytham Pictures photographers. Haytham Pictures is a Paris based photo agency focusing on high-quality photojournalism. This interview of Edouard Elias was recorded a couple of weeks before his abduction with Didier François (Europe1) in Syria. Too shocked to continue the project, we decided to stop the ongoing production.

PHOTOJOurnalism

PHOTOJOurnalism

I've worked as a photojournalist for more than 13 years for various world renowned photo agencies such as Laïf, Polaris images or Abaca in France and in the U.S, covering political, business and entertainment news, first as a local correspondent in the south of France and then as a foreign correspondent in New York City. A time during which I covered the 2008 Presidential election, the collapse of Lehman Brothers and many other major events.
I've worked as a photojournalist for more than 13 years for various world renowned photo agencies such as Laïf, Polaris images or Abaca in France and in the U.S, covering political, business and entertainment news, first as a local correspondent in the south of France and then as a foreign correspondent in New York City. A time during which I covered the 2008 Presidential election, the collapse of Lehman Brothers and many other major events.
Get in Touch

contact

If you want to contact me, feel free to send an email or contact me by phone.

+33 (0) 7.00.77.76.32