It all started as a kid in 1992, when I started figure skating. After reaching the second place in the French Cup in 2001, I decided to stop competing to start my career as a professional figure skater.
In 2002, I proudly graduated as a Graphic Designer, and between two skating contracts I would always find my way back into graphic design, and take on projects whether for friends or for businesses.
During 12 years I travelled more than 30 countries around the globe to perform in the most prestigious international ice show companies.
After an injury in 2010, I decided to slow down on the tour life and settle in The Netherlands to propose a choreography workshop in more than 12 cities weekly, to more than 400 skaters across the country. My work and dedication with my students as led me to be sharing the title of Dutch National Champion with some of my students.