Born in 1994 in Vermont (USA), I graduated from Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2020, in the studios of the choreographer Emmanuelle Huynh, and artists Angelica Mesiti and Julien Prévieux. I make performances and movies about humans’ encounters with nonhuman worlds. I thread links between ancestral practices concerning healing, nonhuman modes of existence, and data from the capitalist system. After two years studying art, dance, and philosophy at Vassar College (New York) in 2014-16, I started to show performances and videos in galeries, museums, clubs, theaters, in solo and group projects (Comédie de Caen, Kanal Centre Pompidou Bruxelles,Fondation Thalie, Sogetsu Plaza Tokyo, AA Art Studio Shanghai, Doc!, Point Éphémère, Silencio). Since 2016, I have been participating in projects by artists Yair Barelli, Jennifer Lacey, Madison Bycroft, Ingri Fidskal, Jocelyn Cottencin, Nuno Bizarro, and Emmanuelle Huynh. I graduated from Sciences Po Paris in 2018, where I completed a masters’ thesis in political ecology entitled “Dance, witches and capitalism.” I am also a trained herbalist, and Japanese Yoga instructor, and I use this knowledge in my work.