As a freelance illustrator specialising in portraits, I have been working for several years with coloured pencils in a realistic style and soft colours. I like to bring a benevolent look on the subjects that I am entrusted with and to highlight them in the best possible way.

Fascinated by Rhythmic Gymnastics since I was 5 years old, I created the movement sketch and portrait galleries to share my passion through my drawings.
I started to practice RG during my Art studies, after having started dance at 5 years old and was then able to evolve in group and as individual. I live in Paris and have been working for years on digital learning training courses to illustrate many different subjects. I now produce personalized drawings in relation to my passion.

The emotions when watching RG routines inspired me to try and recreate, on paper, some of these choreographical wonders, to give the sensation of seeing the movement again.
Each gymnast has a personality, a morphology, a way of moving, a characteristic style.
From my research for sketches was born the gallery of movement decompositions, completed over the years and which represents some memorable routine extracts.

I hope that my tribute will please them, as well as all of those passionate about RG.

​I have taken up my coloured pencils to perfect my portraiture and capture the details and expressions that make an interpretation unique. I try to bring out the best in each face, each personality, to bring out the best in them.

I would like to thank all those who have contributed to this beautiful sport of Rhythmic Gymnastics, which for me is Art in Motion, and those who have put their trust in me. This passion has allowed me to show what I could offer around me.

Today I create illustrations about gymnastics but also about any kind of sport, groups, families, children, animal portraits and various subjects on commission. I do my best to create memories that touch you, which touches me as well.

I would be delighted to help you with your project. Don't hesitate to talk to me about it!