Born in 1985 in Châteauroux (France), Emilie graduated from Paris-Belleville Architecture School in 2009. She worked as an architect and project manager for 6 years in Paris and Mexico city. Dancer as well as passionated by theatre she entered in 2014 the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London to focus on scenography projects. From there she was selected by The Place (London) to create a performance for “Fringe Shorts, Dancing our way to Edinburgh” and she started working for different french Operas like Nancy and Nice as an assistant for scenographer Annemarie Woods.
From 2016 she enhances her practice to exhibition design and creates a new temporary exhibition area for Islamic Arts Departement of the Louvre opening in 2018. Furthermore she designed with french architect Jean de Gastines the 2017 exhibitions for Quai Branly museum in Paris, “Picasso Primitif” and “Forêts Natales”.
In 2017 she diversifies her scenography projects and becomes partner of Hexagon Collective dedicated to Fashion Performance In France, Uk and China.