I'm a French-Australian designer, trained in architecture at the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture Paris-Malaquais and at the University of Melbourne, where I obtained my Masters Degree. I have worked in architecture and art studios in Europe, Australia and California, where I am currently based, project managing at Ball-Nogues Design Studio in LA.

I think with my hands and I'm quick on my feet.

Inquisitive and adaptive, I'm a cultural omnivore, always seeking to expand my horizons and challenge my preconceptions.

My architectural criticism has been published in the Evening Standard (UK), my work was featured on the cover of Architect Victoria (Australia) and I was recently interviewed by ALU magazine (Germany).

My latest installation, Cumulus, is an inflatable structure assembled out of 304 polythene shopping bags. It made its first appearance as part of Activate:Space at Loczi Design (San Francisco) in November 2016.