Polymorphic costume designer, it is during a course of Plastic Arts in Rennes, that she practices first painting and then making performances, textile installations and fabric objects. This practice naturally directs her to the show costume.
In 2002 she joined a DMA costume director in which she discovered the world of circus, during an internship at the Fratellini Academy. There she met Laurent Gachet, her artistic director, with whom she collaborated for nearly ten years on all her shows.
Over the years, she perfected her practice: dressing, accompanying and sublimating the movements of the body of the acrobat, the aerobatic, the trapeze artist, the tightrope walker, the dancer, on large-scale projects such as Les enfants du Bouregreg in 2008, Dancing with The lunatics! in 2010 (circus biennials in Salé, Morocco) or with Pierre Doussaint in 2011 on Chimeras and Dragons at the Chartres Conservatory. For these projects, she supervises manufacturing workshops with amateurs and professionals.
Since 2010, she has also collaborated with the Variety Studio, where she acts as a stage-keeping consultant for various current music groups. She made a foray into the musical by creating costumes for Scooby doo and the Mystery of the Pyramid in 2013. She also dives into other more intimate forms such as Demnâ, dance solo by Bertrand Saky Tchébé, created in 2012 at the CND , The fan tales of the company Gestes Sonores, with the aim of accessorizing the costume to allow the artist to draw Movement.
She joined the Compagnie Adéquate in 2013, creating The Costumes of W for him (2013) and W for her (2014).