How did you start creating your signature works?
My drawings were initially a means of expression for my interior design projects. Now, with my paper scenographies, I imagine miniature Baroque worlds where opulent motifs and colours prevail. Each element is drawn by hand before being cut, refined, retouched, placed and glued.
What is your creative process?
The technique of drawing and collage on paper allows me to experiment with composition until I find the right balance. It is an intuitive, spontaneous and ornamental process. My drawings then become models and come to life in various decorative projects.
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Was there a turning point in your career?
In 2017, I was contacted by Hermès to design several sets for the Shang Xia boutique in Paris. It marked the launch of this beautiful adventure with a subsequent exhibition of my works during the FIAC in Paris, and also several commissions for Diptyque.
Do you use traditional tools and techniques?
I use fairly simple media: paper, oil paint, watercolours and markers.
I gravitate towards unpretentious and authentic techniques and I prefer to collaborate with craftsmen who have traditional know-how. I have very little interest in techniques related to new technologies.