My eclectic background is nevertheless focused around music and cinema: I studied classical piano and music theory for eleven years, but after secondary school I turned to composition, and film music in particular. I discovered a huge number of films and gradually became fascinated by their music. Alongside the bands and concerts I was doing, I was taking cinema courses at university and I directed and co-directed four short films and a medium-length student film. So I was able to experiment with a lot of student projects, around twenty short and medium-length films, until, in 2023, I was able to take it to the next level by producing a cine-concert with an orchestra, winning second prize for composition for wind quintet, and winning the OST Challenge prize by being played by the Orchestre National d'Auvergne.
After obtaining my degree in Music for the Screen at the Montpellier Conservatory, I am now entering the Royal College of Music in the Master of Composition in Composition for Screen, with the Michael Champion scholarship.