I was born and raised in a tiny European country called Luxembourg, surrounded by artwork. I earned a master’s degree in architecture in 2003 in Paris, France and my passion for contemporary glass art work started in 1997 during a workshop with Michael Taylor in Pilchuck. I went back to school in 2016 to earn a post-master's degree in Research in Architecture.
I’ve always observed and questioned the world I live in. After exploring themes like family, meaning of life, self-construction, I’m currently working on a series integrating urbanism and architecture.
I’m driven by the desire to understand, experiment, discover and share. Glass is a multidimensional material. I enjoy the challenge of the complexity and the rhythm of the pâte de verre process. It’s an unconventional path for research.
I enjoy working, sharing and teaching at different scales, ranging from small children to University students, from hobby practices to mastership requirements and rigor.