I’m a born and bred Parisian – but I fell in love with London when I moved here in 2003.
Over the years, I have relished every opportunity to discover the wonders and mysteries of my adoptive city. At this point, I know more about its history, architecture, quirks, nooks and crannies than about those of the city where I was born and spent 30 years of my life.
I am passionate about telling London’s stories and revealing its secrets to both fellow Londoners and fellow visitors. That’s why I trained to become a qualified City of Westminster and City of London guide five years ago.
My walks tend to be in English and use immersive storytelling to bring to life the London of yesteryear. They cover a vast array of topics including social history, London at War and the scandalous secrets of the West End. For the past three years I have been co-delivering the official Pride in London heritage walk (‘Saucy Soho’). I am also co-presenting a series of documentaries about the River Thames and the London neighbourhoods and communities that have developed around it.
I look forward to sharing my enthusiasm with you and showing you the wonderful city that I now call my home and keep discovering every day.