In my Parisian studio, I make my own creations from start to finish: conception, throwing, decoration, personal glazes, firings on the premises in my electric kilns. I produce very small series, containing some one-off pieces sparked by similar inspirations.

On the wheel, the clay is soft and sensual, dancing while it becomes a form. But then the form is fired, and clay becomes hard and definitive.

My work is an attempt to recreate the marvelous sensuality of working with clay.

With Brume (created in 2006), the hand feels the contrast between the caress of smooth walls and the roughness of a textured band.

In Volage (2008), I accentuate texture and movement by using paperclay, which gives the impression of cloth blown and torn by the wind.

The new line Parures (2012) is exuberant: more colorful and decorative, incorporating metal, resin and stones.