I was born in Montréal, Canada and spent my youth in a family where art figured prominently in daily life. I was also encouraged quite early to produce creations in various media and, later, to enroll in art programs in specialized institutions and at the Université de Montréal.
As a project manager in graphics communications, I cultivated and built upon my aptitudes and passion for the arts. In my professional capacity, I rendered a broad rage of creative services to a clientele of enterprises from diverse sectors such as petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, dentistry, law, finance, event management, food production, and natural health products.
In 2011, after fourteen years of professional creative work for enterprises, I undertook to refocus my career in closer confines with the art world. My two daughters—also passionate about art—both inspired and motivated me to focus on a distinctive and pathbreaking form of portraits I had developed at the time. This is how I became a “portraitist of the imaginary world of children,” an endeavor that soon became my consuming artistic passion and main activity: creating Mozaica galleries.
I work and live in Montréal with my husband and my two daughters.