Drawing and collages became very early a part of my life. I have long considered their practice as a means of escape, a chance to turn images and create new ones more colorful and poetic. At 25, after studying Management, while I booted a career in social protection and while I had not held a paintbrush since school, I realized that my deepest desire was to become a painter.
However, I stayed 10 years without any artistic practice. In 2009, I decided to stop my job in social protection and I began to learn architecture and take artistic lessons. In 2012, I began to share my work with others and decided to devote my time to painting and finally in 2014 I decided to participate to professional exhibitions.
Most of my work revolves around humans. My color palette is rich and varied. I love playing with colors, light and matter. Beyond the pleasure of creation, painting became for me a means of expression, communication and sharing of emotions.