Hello. I’m French and American, born in the mid-seventies, in April. I was raised in the forest, and spent my childhood either running wild in the woods of Picardie or taking planes to JFK to visit my grandmother. I also played a lot of piano. At that time, I wanted to be in a musical, but instead I studied political science at Sciences-Po and business at HEC, in Paris. And started a life-long addiction to collecting (and not always reading) books.
This led me to work in the food industry, at Unilever. I got to eat ice cream every single day for 7 years. Finally, one day, in the middle of a green stairwell, I decided I was in a rut and needed to spice things up. I had always loved to write, so I became a freelance editor and writer. I soon hooked up with My Little Paris and contributed to unveiling rip-off lingerie. I took up singing and continued to cross the ocean.
Along the way, I did a lot of reading and learning and listening to people and have enjoyed growing (up) tremendously.
In the future, I’d love to produce a musical with Benjamin Millepied; or create an installation at the MOMA with people who are good at it, but for some reason would ask me to help them; or write a book just half as (sigh) as Just Kids. Or, you know, just to keep growing, loving (a bearded man) and creating would be ok too.