I was born in some lost countryside of northern France, in 1997. Intoxicated by the sea air and the smell of the wheat fields freshly threshed in summer, I developed there an unexpected passion for the humanities : for literature (my first love), but also for history, art, philosophy – and more recently, photography, which I practice in my spare time. With no surprises, I studied humanities, mostly literature and languages (English and Italian). In 2019, I graduated from a dual master’s degree in European Literary Culture, at the universities of Strasbourg and Bologna. My love for our planet led me to focus my last researches and writings on the environment.
I love my native countryside at least as much as I hate it, so, even though I come back to my roots from time to time, I came to deeply enjoy travelling. I lived for a while in Tulsa (“The Paris of Oklahoma!”), USA; in Bologna (Italy), in Strasbourg (OK that’s France but also a bit Germany), and, more recently, near Canterbury, in the UK.