Artist Statement

My work expresses itself in a contemporary and conceptual form to observe humanity in its existence, social roles and behaviours. This approach allows me to create artworks that involve the reaction or participation of the public by trying to break the conformism of society, critically distorting the reality we think we live in. I seek the hidden meaning of life and find ways to express the world we see, our emotions as a human being in a specific societal context.

It ranges from creating artworks, with glass and light, to artistic performances that invite the public to participate or only to observe. I work with sculpture, paintings, photography, ephemeral installations to raise viewer’s curiosity.

Using glass as a main medium represents a metaphor for life and highlights the importance of human existence. The aesthetic of the glass represents its fragility and strength, the viewer then enters a world of illusions and disillusions by finding symbols through its own interpretation.

”My true life began with Art”



I like to connect people with art by inviting them to new ways of exploration and by unleashing their inner creativity and imagination.
Creating a bridge between people and art,
between our society and the art world is mandatory to me. How to express the world we see, our emotions and our life in society, how to observe humanity in its existence are questions I like to explore within my artworks.

Glass offers endless possibilities to explore the metaphor for life through its fragility and its strength. It is possible to break it, look through it, reflect light on it, project the artwork through the glass and more. It allows me to express my vision of the world and its allegory.


I come from Paris, France, and I now live in Vancouver. My art studio is located in the art and design district of Railtown in East Vancouver. Travels are part of my artistic journey and unleash my creativity through contemplation and cultural studies. I have shown my work in different art places in Paris, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Toronto and I am also represented in Los Angeles.


In order to connect people to art, to themselves and to each other, I also develop immersive art projects at KULTURELIA, creating murals or canvasses, and light experiments by projecting light through my glass artworks.