• 2018 : Specialized master’s degree in “Creation and contemporary technology” at ENSCI-Les Ateliers : development of the ZAG project
    Graduated with the congratulations of the jury
  • 2015 to today: Speaker for 3D techniques at Fine Arts School of Paris (Beaux Arts de Paris, ENSBA)
    Training, workshops and project monitoring
  • 2012 : Salon Jeune Création, Le 104, Paris
  • 2010 : DNSAP at the Beaux-Arts de Paris (ENSBA)
  • 2006 : Bachelor of Archaeology (Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne)

Graduated in 2018 from the specialized Master’s degree “Creation and Contemporary Technology” at ENSCI-Les Ateliers, I developed the project ZAG in this context. This is a study of the structural potential of FDM 3D printing, which seeks to take advantage of what is, for me, its main specificity: the ability to combine solid elements and “woven” areas close to a textile.

Since 2015, I have been teaching at the Beaux-Arts de Paris digital section, as part of training and project monitoring in 3D techniques (3D modelling and scanning, FDM and SLA 3D printing). My personal work combines sculptor and designer approaches, exploring the association between fused deposition 3D printing and parametric 3D modeling in the form of computer code (OpenSCAD).

Graduated from the Beaux Arts de Paris in 2010, I first developed an artistic approach in which I used various media (woodworking, metalworking, video, vector drawing…) inspired by the fundamental idea of archaeology, namely that the “meanings” of an object can be deduced from its form and materials. My sculptural work has led me, since 2009, to discover FDM 3D printing through the manufacture of machines resulting from the RepRap project (3D printers designed in the open source and open hardware philosophy).