I am a violinist, violist, and composer. Born in France, I studied at the Versailles Conservatory in the class of Saskia Lethiec and graduated in 2016 with first prize. I also studied viola at the Cergy Conservatory with Laurent Bruni, earning third prize in the national "Concours des Très Jeunes Altistes" competition. While in France, I regularly performed with various orchestras, including the "Chœur et Orchestre des Grandes Ecoles," the Cathedral of Versailles Orchestra, and the Lisieux Orchestra.

I am also passionate about musicals. In 2018, I composed a student musical, "Les Piliers de Londres," which was performed at the iconic Casino de Paris. In 2023, I directed a French adaptation of "The Last Five Years" by Jason Robert Brown, also performed in Paris.

Alongside my music experience, I have graduated with a media degree from Essec Business School, and gained experience in audiovisual production, music distribution and marketing, and strategy, working with French most prominent media group like TF1 or M6.

I have lived in New Zealand since the end of 2023, where I regularly play with different ensembles (Wairua, Manukau, etc.) while continuing my work as a composer with the Composers Association of New Zealand (CANZ), collaborating with musicians from the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.