I studied the art of Stained Glass at Olivier de Serres and Lucas de Nehou, both reputed glass schools in Paris. Additionally, I have a degree in foreign languages (English and Russian) and Art History from l’École Normale Supérieure (ENS). After years of training inside various workshops, where I was able to restore National Monument panels and help complete large-scale projects of decoration and original design, I have now opened my own studio.

My work consists of creating a threshold between the outside and the inside of a given space. My panels do not prevent light from flowing in, but rather transform its entrance, thus enhancing the atmosphere and the architectural environment.

I like to work with colorful hand-blown glass in combination with contemporary industrial glass that adds structure and texture to my work. My ideas often emerge from classical designs that I reshape into a contemporary form. I also love working on designs that incorporate spontaneously rendered abstract elements.

When I am not at the studio, I share my passion for stained glass with many amateurs through the classes offered by Paris Ateliers.

2015 : The studio La Couleur du Verre is launched
2016 :  Winner of the Prix de la Fondation d’entreprise Banque Populaire