I am a self-taught Belgian photographer with a mission to protect our natural wonders and biodiversity by telling their stories and showing the world their beauty. Passionate about aquatic life, ocean conservation and marine sciences, I have a specific interest in marine mammals, pelagic birds and polar regions. In 2021, I spent 5 months documenting the resident population of cetaceans of the Teno-Rasca ZEC (Zona Especial de Conservacion) in the south-western coast of Tenerife, Canary islands, for monitoring purposes (Fin identification) and to learn about marine ecology and conservation issues. I believe photography is one of the best tools to build a bridge between citizens and marine sciences, as well as to raise awareness on the anthropogenic factors threatening our world’s oceans and their inhabitants.
My hope is to convey my passion through my images and share my drive to preserve our beautiful nature with the world.