Short Films


Juillet (2016, 1:42)

Director, camera, editing

A snaphsot of the feeling engendered by the omnipresence of the camera in our lives, Juillet (July) puts forward events mediatized during the month of July 2016.


Et Voilà (2015, 11:09)

Director, camera, editing (collaborative project)

Et Voilà (‘that’s it) is an experimental ethnographic short discussing the conditions of an undocumented migrant and the group of flatmates who house him in opposition to prevailing Swiss migration laws. The film undertakes an “ethnography” of their house, as a manifestation of the absence of “our friend”, who has been forced to leave Switzerland for legal reasons and for whom the date of return is unknown. Screened at the Festival Plein Air à Voltaire 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland.



Paroles de Manifestants: Renvoi de la fratrie Musa (2016, 4:56)

Director, camera, editing

Perspectives of protesters opposed to the deportation of the Musa siblings in Geneva, Switzerland on 6 September 2016.






Director, camera, editing

Chlore, written and performed by La Compagnie dans l’Escalier performed at l’Abri, Geneva, April 2017.


Rencontre avec Raed Andoni et Manon Schick – Cinémas du Grütli

Camera & editing

Rencontres de Cinéma at Grütli Cinemas in Geneva. Here, a discussion with Raed Andoni, director of the film Ghost Hunting, and Manon Shick, Director of Amnesty International Switzerland.


La particpation, du logement au quartier

Director, camera, editing
urbaMonde and the Plateforme de formation transfrontalière en développement urbain address how residents can become producers of their living spaces and neighbourhoods in the Annemasse agglomeration.


The Port at CERN Hackathon – Smart Wobble Board (2017, 1:45)

Camera, editing

Presentation of the smart wobble board developed during the 2017 The Port at CERN Hackathon.


La Terre de Luna


Promo video for La Terre de Luna, a playful saga to think of the stakes of the 21st century. Available on the App Store and soon on Google Play (French only).


Retiring the PLU Bible

Director, camera, editing

Paris Lit Up retires it’s first book, marking a new chapter for Belleville’s Spoken Word scene.