I am an independent reportage photographer currently living in Budapest, Hungary. I’ve graduated photography in Brussels in 1993, and afterwards the International Development. After exhibiting my first documentary reportages in the early nineties, I’ve turned to the aid agencies and have spent twenty years working in humanitarian emergency and development with several international organisations worldwide. In early 2013, I left the ordinary offices to devote my professional career again fully to photography. I am keeping my photographic work close to people, their destinies, hence my reportages portray peculiarities of an often deprived civil society affected by latent or bygone conflict. I have since been working on several projects such as Frozen Conflicts in the Caucasus depicting the ordinary people whose life is in limbo following the conflicts of the nineties and Palestinian Chronicles as a continuation of the series taken in early nineties, focusing on the daily realities of the numerous refugee camps' population. Recently, I am working on subjects depicting hard labour and seasonal migration flows in the overpopulated Bengal bay and documenting statelessness of Bihari and Rohingya.