Born in France in 1988, I have always been interested in industrial techniques. I obtained a first degree in this field in 2006. I then began training at the Nantes Altantique school of design, in Nantes, France. After a first experience in an agency in Paris in 2008, and Leroy Merlin in 2011, I finally graduated and started to work for Rowenta in Lyon. I am currently working for various clients as Studio Guillaume Delvigne, Quechua, Vincent Eschalier Architecte, on industrial design, 3D modeling, Vray perspectives, editions and also individuals. Today I work for Decathlon as a product designer for the trekking brand Forclaz. I am in charge of the camp gear range.
Work experiences 
Since 2017 Designer, Decathlon / Forclaz, Sallanches, France.
2016 Freelance Designer, Sallanches, France.
2013-2016 Designer, Studio Guillaume Delvigne, Paris, France.
2012 Product designer, Calor Rowenta (SEB group), Lyon, France.
2011 Intern designer, Leroy Merlin, Lille, France.

2011 Master’s degree in industrial design at Nantes Atlantique School of Design, France.
2009 Abroad semester, Lapin yliopisto, Finland.
2006 A-levels (The science of Industrial Techniques), France.

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