I like to seek simple and elegant solutions to complex problems. The projects I work on are web or mobile applications as well as physical interactive products. My areas of expertise include user-centred design, art direction, interface design and interactive prototyping.
The case studies below present the design and implementation process of a selection of projects I have worked on.
How we designed a general public educational tool for the OECD, consulted from Japan to Mexico, dealing with wealth distribution.
Make Robert Junior’s timeline interactive and help 8-year-olds discover what has happened in the last 7 million years.
At night, an interactive lighting installation guides visitors off the lighted paths and takes him into the midst of the forest.
At school, I was studying applied arts. In my spare time I would build tree houses, decorticate my electric toys to make sculptures and explore HTML, Flash and Photoshop.
In 2008, I graduated from Gobelins in multimedia. We founded the lab212 collective with friends, freelancers designers and developers. We worked together in Paris on communication projects, applications and interactive art installations. We had the chance to be invited to present our artistic work in various national and international events.
In 2011, I moved to Berlin. I joined the artist’s studio of Werkstatttraum while continuing to collaborate with the lab212. I was able to develop more personal projects, such as the Sirènes Sylvestres installation.
Since 2015 I have been living and working in Die, a small town in the Alps which is particularly lively and surrounded by wild mountains. I work on projects related to education, culture, the social and solidarity economy and environmental issues.