Lambert discovered photography while he was working in Africa for a Human Rights organisation in Central Africa. While exploring this fascinating region, he used his camera as a tool to interact with its surrounding environment. Through photography, he is attached to follow a methodological approach, close to the social science researcher, made-up of observations and exchanges.
Since, he worked various photographic projects in South-Sudan, Kenya, India, Nepal, Russia and Malaysia. He works on assignment for various NGO, covering their needs in photos & videos.
His series "Local Exiled" was part of a collective exhibition which took place at the headquater of the GIZ - German cooperation Agency - in 2018. His series "Tomsk" was shown at "Barrobjectif" - photo documentary festival - in September 2017 in France, and his series "Emigration to a No Man's land" was shown at "Rendez-Vous Image" in France, in January 2017.
Since June 2018, he is a member of the Hans Lucas Studio.