I was born April 15th 1993 in France.

As a child I discovered a passion for drawing and painting through the pictures of Gustave Doré, Quentin Blake, Lisbeth Zwerger, Hayao Miyazaki’s movies, Symbolist painters, that made me quickly decide I would be an illustrator. After obtaining a degree in Literature and Arts, I entered the Pivaut school in Nantes where I studied illustration, painting, graphic design, publishing and press. I pursued my artistic training with the painter Marc Chalmé, with whom I shared the same fascination for colors and light.

While in school, I met great illustrators such as Benjamin Lacombe and Frédéric Pillot, who’s rooted my will to make children’s books. 

In 2016 I published my first picture book, Un beau voyage, and since then I keep writing and drawing books for children.

I live and work in Berlin.


Books : 

Un beau voyage, Le buveur d’encre, 2016

Une histoire, Le buveur d’encre, 2017 

Frileux, l’ours qui n’aimait pas l’hiver, Sarbacane, 2018

Imagine, L’école des loisirs, 2019

Les mots peints, L’école des loisirs, 2019