I’ve always been very interested in sciences and computers, but also by literature and writing.
In France, I was studying in general sciences in high school. On top of my many mathematics classes, I was specialized in physics and chemistry.
I arrived in Canada in 2006 and decided to change my study path. I first obtained a certificate in creative writing at UQAM. Then I was accepted into the journalism program. I received my Bachelor’s degree in 2011.
I started to work for the television of Radio-Canada (French services of the Canadian Broadcasting Company) as soon as I finished my studies, for the show Caméra Boréale, for which I was sent in solitary on Baffin Island, in Nunavut.
Later on, I got a job in the Ontario newsroom. For three and a half years, I was a video journalist covering Northern Ontario. Shooting, editing, writing, voicing and TV/radio lives: I was doing everything!
I am now a data reporter for L’actualité, in Montreal!