I was born in Paris, France and I grew up in a family environment passionate about art and cooking. My weekends consisted of walking in the French food markets where good cuisine is the most important and going to art galleries or Parisian museums. 

I studied art history at the Sorbonne, then I decided to devote myself to my first passion: cooking. I started working for Parisian caterers and restaurants, but I always kept my camera close to me.

After several culinary experiences, I decided to pursue a bachelor’s degree in communication. This allowed me to work in a big Parisian PR agency specialized in gastronomy. I met famous French chefs and began professional photography by creating all the social media content for the agency’s clients.

After this first experience, I was hired as a food stylist in a Parisian agency and worked for famous French brands. 

Then I finally decided to run on the adventure of entrepreneurship and began as a stylist and food photographer as self-employed.

I can spend hours preparing and stylizing a dish. I'm also fascinated when I work for restaurants and great chefs and like to watch their meticulous gestures.

After some times as a food photographer in France, I met my husband who had a job opportunity in the United States and I decided to follow him in this new country.  Now, I'm based in Pennsylvania. I have rebuilt my photo studio and works for American brands, restaurants and magazines. 


USA : Media Crema, Nestle Toll House, Libby's Pumpkin, Maggi, Jacked Rabbit, Nestle US, Crio Bru, Natural Bliss, independent dietitians, etc.

France : Dejbox, Marcel Bio, La Vache Qui Rit, Lidl, Cuisine et Vins de France, Boursin, Agence Heaven, Cémoi, La Mie Caline, Hotel Napoleon, Café Pouchkine, Independent Parisian restaurants

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