About me

I’m an instructional designer. But also an ethnographer, a creative thinker, a filmmaker, a space designer and a lifetime learner.
I’m an optimist. I’m a running lover.

How did I get here?

I grew up with a book in one hand, and a pen in the other. As long as I remember, I’ve always been passionate about learning new things, making connections between ideas, and finding means to share my enthusiasm with people around. As a result, I spent years studying architecture, social science and visual communication, got master degree for the latter two and ended up with lots of ideas of what to do. But shifting people has always been my golden thread.

Professional opportunities led me to develop skills in multimedia content creation and project coordination in cultural and social fields. I worked on daring projects in France, Luxembourg, Belgium and Benin (West Africa).

Then I decided to dedicate my time and energy to designing engaging learning experiences. I completed a training in instructional design and have started to work in this field since then.


Creative tools I use: Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, Lightroom and hints of Photoshop | Autocad | Final Cut | Genially