A graduate of the Beaux Arts in Marseille, Maryse Tyenkel Ronel called Masa Zodros made the decision after twenty years in the field of training to devote herself full time to her passion: photography. She offers portraits of women and men of Afro-urban culture with inlaid of wax, traditional fabric, symbols, linked to the renewal of African spirituality.
In her search for meaning, to all that she could live as a black person, she now turns to African spirituality and at her origins. She highlights Afro men and women descendants: artist, musician, choreographer, model and simple individual who, in their work and their way of being, are inspired and inspire the modernity of Afro culture.
She aspires to a work of reconstruction and revaluation of bodies and minds. Masa is now part of the very popular black art in the United States. Her digital photographs are offered in fine hahnemûhle art or printing on canvas.