I was born in Langres, France. I moved to Belfast in 2014 to complete a work placement for my post-graduate degrees in Film Studies and Philosophy. I then completed a Masters in Film Studies at Queen’s University Belfast. I since made a few shorts, sometimes with animation. My work got featured in the WomenCineMakers magazine, at the Beyond Conference 2020, on the BBC Iplayer, and the QFT Iplayer. A few of my films got screened at Cork International Film Festival, Outfest LA, and Belfast Film Festival. I’ve been awarded funding by Northern Ireland Screen, Future Screens Ni and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.
I also work as a freelance editor for production companies and sports platforms. I’ve also completed a Director Shadowing placement on ‘Bloodlands‘.
I always connected with artistic subjects like dance, history of art, or fine arts.
In the films I make, I deeply connect with the vulnerable, the outcast, the introvert, the quiet, the awkward and the underdog. I love bringing these characters to film and I believe that they don’t need fancy tricks to be authentic on screen. They are worthy in their own way, and I’m passionate to show it in the stories I tell.