Hi! I’m a cartographer and developer working for the LAMPEA laboratory at MMSH in Aix-en-Provence (Fr), where I develop tools and workflows for the open science in archaeology. I also teach cartography for Master’s students in urbanism at Paul-Valéry University in Montpellier. I am the creator of mapstodon.space, a Mastodon instance dedicated to cartography and geospatial that gathers about a thousand carto geeks (and growing!).
Generally speaking, I like to implement creative approaches to answer complex questions at the crossroads of science and society, with a focus on the spatial dimension and using open source tools and open data. I’m occasionnaly open to work in cartography and open data processing. Feel free to reach out!
Master's degree in Geographical Sciences, 2009