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I like to illustrate children’s literature and graphic novels, especially if it’s about nature, legends, tales or whimsical stories.
I started illustrating stories when I was really young with my mum. I had never enough books and we decided I should try to do my owns when I was about 6. Then, I fall in love with graphic novels and illustrated a full story per year during middle school.
Established as an illustrator in France from 2015, I now work from the middle of the mountains, in the South Island of New Zealand, since 2017.
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I graduated from a French Art school, where I specialized in illustration, storytelling and character design.
I work with traditional mediums such as ink, watercolor and pencil, but also with digital techniques (Photoshop, Procreate..). I also added Lino-print and Tattoo to my skills, which started influencing my designs to give it an even more personal touch. Becoming a mother also added a certain dimension into my work.
I like my work to be inclusive. I’m mostly inspired by nature, the various cultures I engaged with while traveling, and the humor and poetry I like to observe in the world. As an illustrator I like to illustrate children’s literature and graphic novels, especially if it’s about nature, legends, tales or whimsical stories.
In 2021 I won the Merit award at the Ray White Arrowtown Exhibition for the illustrations of my children’s book “the extraordinary true story of the wekas of lake Whakatipu”.
As an illustrator, I have dedicated my craft to breathing life into whimsical and nature-inspired themes, inviting viewers to step into a world where imagination knows no bounds.