Born in Paris, the French artist studied interior architect-object design at Camondo School.
She took evening classes in sculpture in Montmartre and at the Académie des Beaux Arts. She settled in Italy in 1967 and she dedicated herself to sculpture, choosing wood as a favorite material. As her sculptures are home to transformation and growth, she ultimately moved on to digital images. Since 1977, she has taken part in many collective and solo exhibitions in France, Italy, Switzerland and Germany. She has attracted the interest of many influential critics.
A relationship, which could have grown in harmony, instead blazes and is consumed in pain.