After graduation in cello section of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Lyon in 1994, she performs a cycle of development with string trio and follows master classes with the Trio à cordes de Paris, the Fine Arts Quartet and le Quatuor Mosaïque.

Called to play in the Orchestra of the Opera National de Lyon for nearly 10 years, she is also moving towards more eclectic repertoires. She specializes in contemporary music and creation and becomes solo cellist of the Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain under the direction of Daniel Kawka in 1997. With this ensemble, she performs in many festivals and concerts in France and abroad (Canada, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Poland, Italy, etc.) and works regularly with composers.

She is also involved in chamber ensembles such as Duo a due (duet with accordion around the creation), the Polis’sons ensemble and its cucurbital orchestra, and Solistes XXI-Rachid Safir ensemble. She devotes a large part of her time to her passion for early, classical and romantic music on vintage instruments, and collaborates with ensembles ranging from chamber music to orchestra, such as The Philharmonic Chamber Emmanuel Krivine, Les Siècles, the Ensemble 415-Chiara Banchini, the Accentus-Laurence Equilbey Choir, Canticum Novum, the Nouveaux Caractères and the Unisoni Ensemble of which she is a founding member.

As a continuo player, she also played under the direction of Paul Mc Creesh, Martin Gester, Nicole Corti and accompanied recitals of Howard Crook. Many concerts lead her to perform in seasons and festivals both in France and abroad.

She teaches baroque cello at the regional music conservatory of Grenoble and actively participates in the development of educational actions in schools, hospitals, or prisons.