• Mixed media artist, printer and teacher, I was born, raised, and educated primarily in France and the Indian Ocean island of La Reunion.
• I began my study of art at the Toronto School of art in 2004. Upon leaving Canada, I attended the Sorbonne University in Paris where in 2008 I completed my double major BA in Visual Arts and Aesthetics. I completed my Masters in Visual Arts at the Sorbonne in 2010.
• In France, the government holds the highest competitive exam for high school teachers and university faculty annually. I achieved the 98th percentile of the 2010 exam, which consists of two sessions covering aesthetics, art history, personal practice, art theory (photography) and implementation of teaching practice.
• In the fall of 2010, I became a middle school teacher in Paris. I was very successful in structuring my courses according to complex artistic themes and adapting them according to the student’s age. I am committed to an interdisciplinary approach to teaching. It was gratifying to see that my they were very curious and interested in multidisciplinary projects.
• Due to my success in teaching children aged 10 to 15, I ran training workshops for my fellow teachers, and for student teachers in the county’s regional education academy. This experience reinforced my desire to teach adults as well as children.
• Back in Canada since early 2014, I am today a member of Print London, a group of professional London-based print artists. I am currently running workshops exploring space, composition, scale, imagery and colour.