Law and political science studies, 6 years at the École du Louvre and 1 year of gemology… this might have made her head spin. But it is not so.
Her first collaboration with the watch expert Romain Réa in Paris and since 2 years in Geneva, has been a real eye-opener for her. This is how she got her foot in the door by collaborating with Antiquorum, where she also coordinates the annual auction sales.
She believes that watchmaking is the link between human technical genius and beauty, between a masterwork and an everyday object. Timepieces are life vehicles and witnesses of our history. And even if this craft requires a high personal commitment, she practices it with passion, thinking every day that the future belongs to people who know how to keep time.