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This series titled Family is the logical continuation of the Love series.

Family is usually called “the blood ties”.

Every day in the world, on an average 380 000 new families are created thanks to a new birth. That is more than 4 new families every second. Isn’t that magical?

Having a child is said to be the most important and incredible moment in the life of a couple. When 1+1 becomes 3 and not 2 anymore, when the life circle becomes the life cycle.

I hope this series will be at the origin of new births.


Life is a succession of chapters. Birth, childhood, adolescence, adult life.

To me, childhood is the most delicate yet the simplest period of our life.
Delicate, as it is the moment when you absorb everything without being even aware that this will profoundly impact the adult you will become. Simple, because at that time, life is mainly about playing with legos, watching movies enjoying a never-ending summer break.

What I miss the most about childhood is this carelessness that I feel disappears when we become adults.

I hope this series will be a kind reminder for you that we must not forget the inner child within us.


This series titled Femininity has been my first. Femininity can be expressed in multiple ways and I choose to work on the body.

This precious body that is our ally and partner all along our life and sometimes quite surprisingly can become our enemy.
Why? I believe it is because of the complex and somewhat inexplicable relationship between our body and our mind.

It is said that 80% of the information comes from the body and is transmitted to the brain and only 20% comes from the brain to the body. An interesting ratio that is worth keeping in mind.

I hope this series will awaken the femininity that exists in each one of us.


We are social animals. Our purpose is to connect with each other. Human connection allows us to rise, grow, learn and inspire ourselves. It gives us warmth and precious energy when we feel down. It is the root of all encounters.

As the French philosopher Charles Pepin says in his book “La rencontre”: “Encounters - with lovers, friends or professionals - are not a “plus” in our lives. At the heart of our existence, whose Latin etymology ex- sistere means “to go out of oneself”, there is this movement towards the outside, this need to go towards others. This adventure of encounter is not without risk, but it has the taste of “real life”. Every true encounter is at the same time a discovery of oneself and a rediscovery of the world.”1

I hope that this series will be a call to (re)encounter people that you may have lost along the path of your life.

1. Translation of an extract from the summary of the book “La Rencontre” by Charles Pépin Allary editions on the site: Charles-Pepin-La-rencontre-une-philosophie