Credit : Xavier Murillon

As a child, I danced. At the age of 6, I enter a dance hall for the first time to take a classical class. Dancing expression, bodywork and movement quickly become a passion that shapes my choices and my life.

At the age of 16 I discover contemporary and hip-hop dances, which allow me to broaden my repertoire of movements, but also to free myself from some constraints inherent to classical dance, a control that no longer suits the sense of freedom that I seek to achieve when I dance.

In 2015 I enter the advanced cycle of choreographic movement notation at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris. During this course, I am supported by the Cléo Thiberge Edrom Foundation and I get the opportunity to do an internship at the Ballet National du Rhin. There I meet young dancers as well as talented artists in the artistic fields of cinema and music.

When I return to Paris, I pursue the desire to bring together those complementary arts by specialising in choreography for filmed media, composing movement for other dancers and actors. Sometimes I also dance for these projects.

Along the way, I have developed an experience that allows me to take on the role of director’s assistant specialized in movement, combining cinematographic and choreographic research. I really like this collective work, and would define myself as a hybrid and multidisciplinary artist.

Regular lecturer at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris in the repertoire classes of professors Jean Alavi and Edmond Russo, I am also a freelance writer and choreographer in Benesh notation.

For further information and hear me talk about my practice :
Tous danseurs (Podcast, FR), Dans la loge (Podcast, FR)