I am French and have lived in Poland since 2009. I came here to create a library of games. The goal was not to play – the games were just a pretext allowing people to meet up. In addition to games, I organise interactive performances and puppet shows. In 2011, I founded the Ludoteka Roszada Foundation (older name of Projekt Walizka). For 2 years I conducted a radio program called Musique Francophone at IMI RADIO in Warsaw. I graduated from the Institut National d’Expression, de Création, d’Art et Thérapie (INECAT) in Paris. I am an art therapist with the clown-therapy specialisation in music, theater and marionettes. I work at the Polish-French school La Fontaine. For several years I play music and sing in different bands and projects. Music and encounters with people are my passions.
I worked in international corporations for many years, but when my daughter was born, I decided to change and took up what I really love – working with children and young people. In 2011 I founded the school “Children on French-language from an early age”. I am interested in neurodidactics and it is the basis for creating classes for me. For 1.5 years I co-created the radio broadcast Musique Francophone pour les enfants at IMI RADIO. I am a Romanist by profession. I graduated from the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, and I have a Master’s Degree in Marketing and Advertising at the Humanities Academy. Alexander Gieysztor in Pułtusk. Therapeutic reflexology and a holistic approach to health and the human body are my passion. I graduated from the III degree at the Polish Institute of Reflexology and passed a practical state exam.
Fairy tales and stories have been a part of my life since childhood. Today, I tell the stories about the culture of the Polish Jews to adults as well as children in the Museum of History of Polish Jews Polin where I work as a guide. I find the inspiration to create my own stories during my travels.
I often visit the same places, especially Canada. This is where I fell in love with English and French. I became a translator and interpreter so I can be sure that the most valuable ideas expressed in one language could become part of another. I enjoy translating books and interpreting meetings with artists the most.
I believe that to meet another human being and have a glimpse into their world can be the most beautiful journey, accessible to all.
I am an educator. From the very beginning I have worked with children from difficult and marginalized backgrounds. I can easily say that my work is my passion. The natural openness and curiosity with which I approach the world and people, constantly prompt me to discover new things. I enjoy sharing my discoveries with others. I have already known Projekt Walizka for a few years during which we have carried out various initiatives together. It is with great pleasure that I join the team of the Project. I am convinced that together we can do more.
I am a self-taught guitarist. I have been training guitar skills since 2007, both on electric and acoustic guitar. I gained also vocal skills with Olga Siemieńczuk, Karolina Kaczmarska and Damian Czarnecki. I am also a guitarist and composer of the rock band “Chłopaki nie chcą spać” (Boys don’t want to sleep). Music is a way for me expressing yourself, communicating with people, transmitting love energy and great fun. I joined the Projekt Walizka because I really like the beautiful and positive energy of the creators, and Siedlisko Walizka, a place where I fell in love from the first moment, giving the possibility of close contact with nature and the pleasure of meeting and working with people.