Born in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés in 1971 from graphic designers parents in advertising, I followed in their footsteps to become one in turn. I learned modelling from Isabelle d’Aeschlimann, sculptor. The meeting with Isabelle allowed me to go through different stages of creation, to calmly approach the reflection on the creative evolution and to sharpen my artistic vision. I received a very constructive teaching. I am a contemplative and I want to sculpt some bodies and drawers that I meet in the street, in a waiting room or during a contemporary dance performance, including the choreographies of Angelin Preljocaj, whom I particularly like. These are my models. I record them in my visual memory as my sketchbook. I evolve with the materials, they guide me through their textures or experiences and are sources of inspiration. I enrich my lamps and sculptures with small finds, objects of everyday life, like winks to several lives. Poetry accompanies these anonymous silhouettes to artistically interfere in people’s daily lives.