Linocut is a printmaking technique that involves carving a design into a sheet of linoleum and then using it to create multiple prints. The linoleum block is cut with special tools, allowing for intricate and detailed designs to be achieved. Once the design is carved, ink is applied to the surface of the linoleum block, and then a sheet of paper is pressed onto it, transferring the inked design onto the paper.

Linocut is a unique art form that involves using ecofriendly materials. The process of linocut demands precision and attention to detail, from carving the linoleum block to carefully applying ink and pressing it onto paper.


Cyanotype is a photographic process invented in England in 1842 by Sir John Hersechel. A solution of potassium ferricyanide and ammoniacal iron citrate is brushed onto a sheet of heavyweight watercolor paper. A negative image is then placed against this dried sheet of paper, and the whole is exposed to sunlight (or the rays of a UV box). After exposure, the print is rinsed and dried. It is during the drying process that the print takes on its final hue.

Cyanotypes can be toned with coffee, tea…

Golden prints

Mixed media photography

Having practiced the classic orotone (home made silver photography on a glass plate, with the background covered in gold varnish, practiced in the United States at the end of the 19th century by Edward Sheriff Curtis), I tried to find a modern variant using digital photography and fine art paint. Depending on the light, the image seems to change from pearlescent to black and gold. This is a "2.0" version inspired by orotone ☺

Hand-colored photographs

Materials: Mixed media photography (pigment ink & paint)

This work of colorized prints allows me to bring back to light old photographs, taken between the mid-19th and early 20th centuries. I digitally rework the images, then paint them manually, in the manner of colorized photographs from the early history of photography. The paints I use give the images a precious appearance.