I attended the first year of a Master degree in Cross-Cultural Design at the Shanghai University after completing an Interaction Design bachelor degree at l’École de design Nantes Atlantique in Nantes, France.
I started my studies with a preparation year at l’ECV (École de la Communication Visuelle). Then I joined in 2017 the interaction design bachelor of l’École de design Nantes Atlantique.
I first entered the world of visual art at a young age when I discovered graffiti. I fell in love with the discipline and it got me drawing a whole lot. I eventually got out of my teenage angst and stopped writing on walls only to discover graphic design.
I fell in love a second time and spent my High School years drawing and dreaming about becoming a designer.
But it’s only during my first year at l’École de design that I discovered interaction design. It was merging design and technology and it fascinated me, I didn’t hesitated long until I decided to join the interaction design bachelor.
At the end of my bachelor, I made the decision to pursue my studies in Shanghai, China. Indeed the Chinese society revolves a lot around mobile phone use. As a UX Designer it’s naturally that I was drawn to this country where I had the opportunity to work 4 months at Blank Group.
Unfortunately, COVID19 single handedly put an end to my chinese adventures and I got back to France in January 2020. I started then freelance work until September 2020 where I started a new work/study master degree. I did a year at ProfessorBob.ai, a deep tech start-up based in Paris as a Product Designer. I’ve then joined Sphères, an innovation and design bureau in Paris.
I graduated from my master’s degree in September 2022, and joined Sphères permanently.