L'Abyssin de Tanger
L'Abyssin de Tanger is a guest house nested in the Kasbah of Tangier.
Every year during the month of May, the Lions Club Tanger Doyen organises a medical caravan in the village of Had El Gharbia in northern Morocco. They try to provide specialists medical consultation and medical supplies to those who can't travel to the nearest city, Tangier, which is more than an hour away. These portraits were taken while covering the event in 2015 and 2016.
Baboucheries is a series narrating the story of someone leaving his homeland and setting foot on a land unknown to him. How will he confront his traditions and beliefs with those of this new world he is facing?
Caftan, the traditional moroccan dress and women's most precious outfit, is a symbol of female beauty. Why should it stay prisoner of wedding receptions and other celebration of sorts?
Like Paris and its famous Eiffel Tower, Tangier used to have a monument made of hundreds of metallic parts. The Nejma - the star - of Tangier shined until the early 1990s when it was torn apart. This project aims to recall the collective memory about its lost heritage.
"Tanger l'impatiente" brings to question the rapid expansion of this ancient city located on the straight of Gibraltar, just across from Europe. Will the frenetic growth lead to a change in the city's skyline and impact the lives of its inhabitants?