I was born in a very religious evangelical family and I lived in Sierra Leone the first 6 years of my life where my parents were missionaries. I grew up in Lausanne, Switzerland, and ended up following my elder sister in studying Social Sciences at the Université de Lausanne. In parallel to my studies I have worked in the local film "industry" doing anything from lighting technician to 35mm projectionnist in an alternative cinema. With my religious background I was naturally interested in studying that part of my personal history more closely. So I concentrated a large part of my studies to a fieldwork in a radical evangelical church in Lausanne (ICF). The issues linked with religion and politics are one of my core interests. However I have also developped an interest in all things concerning gender, sexuality and pornography, and I hold a mixed-media blog on these topics. I'm interested in the use of anthropological knowledge in esthetic and political endeavours such as anarchism and feminism.