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Freelance French designer with an unpronounceable name, I am driven by curiosity and experimentation. I graduated with honors from HEAD-Geneva in 2015, right before the travel bug hit me. Since 2016, I am on an ongoing collaboration with swiss graphic designer Dimitri Delcourt. In 2017, I have also spent half a year working at LUST in The Netherlands. I have developed a strong interest in social and cultural fields, and I particularly enjoy working on joint and interdisciplinary projects. I am always looking for challenges – from traditional print work to interactive, computer-driven experiences.


Pushing Schrödinger’s cat experiment ever further, I am currently being both in Grenoble (FR) and Geneva (CH). It can also happen that I am anywhere else in the world, actually quite often in Den Haag (NL)

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2013 — CH — personal project
Experimental print work relating Charlie Chaplin's speech in The Great Dictator with current nationalism rise in Europe.
echos booklet unfolded
Echos poster

This personal work was primarily based on comparing Charlie Chaplin’s final speech in « The Great Dictator » with the present climate of extremist tensions. The project also encouraged the reader to reflect on the importance of getting informed, as well as questioning the objectivity of information sources.
Texts printed with phosphorescent ink provide the clues to fully comprehend the meaning of the pictures. . Thereby, photographs seem banal by day, but a reader looking for information in the twilight will see captions providing the full, and often unexpected, context.

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Poster in the dark
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