I have been working as a Paris based Photographer and Filmmaker for twenty years, covering documentary, news and environmental issues all over the world. My latest significant environmental work was done in the Pacific where I covered the aftermath of Cyclone PAM and other climate change-related subjects. At the same time, for over ten years, I have been working on the Humanus photo / artistic project where the subjects were naked men and women. I gave my models carte blanche to express their bodies and souls. The work consisted on appreciating and discovering the diversity, the beauty and the ugliness of the human form. That led to many Photographic Exhibitions in various countries. Today I found myself in a place where the Glaciers take all my attention, as I consider that their existence or rather disappearance is essential for our proper survival. With the only difference that I do not need to encourage my models to strip and express their intimacy, as the humans already made sure that Glaciers are naked. The white ice became black and the notions of blue show the avant-garde which is the body of work, a sign of Hope.