In order to enable decision-makers and the general public to better apprehend the risks linked to the planetary crisis, he decided to use writing and digital image technologies as a vector of information. As a novelist, he also wrote several fictions dedicated to the image of Resilience in 2013. His prospective works were quickly noticed by several publishers, including the La Martinière group (publisher of photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand and former American vice-president Al Gore), where he signed several photo-documentary books in The latter were taken over abroad, as in New York by Abrams Books. His creations are regularly featured in international media (National Geographic, GEO, Sciences et Vie…) and have been adapted since 2007 in several major exhibitions around the world (Paris, Geneva, Brussels, Vancouver, Munich…). The most recent one, “Visions”, was set up by the city of Paris within the framework of the COP21 world summit in December 2015. It is to be followed in 2021 by a new major international exhibition, under the same name of his latest book “Hopes”. This project, a book without common measure with any of his previous books, presents more than a hundred future scenarios for our planet, bringing together with him dozens of personalities from all around the world, Nobel Peace Prize winners, heads of state, astronauts, scientists, explorers, representatives of indigenous peoples, all giving their vision of the future, their warnings and above all their messages of hope for the future of humanity and our planet.