" The best way to predict the future is to invent it. "
" Luck is where preparation meets opportunity. "
" Pleasure in the work puts perfection in the job. "
It was not easy for me to move away from Maths and Physics. At the end of my undergrad, I got into programming and became aware of the very many ways one can express themselves through code. Since then, I am fascinated by technology! I now try hard to apply User-Centered Design to create experiences involving computers, AR and VR devices, Arduinos, and other sensors and tools. I still have a lot to make, and a lot to learn!
I always want to explore and learn more about people, places, or things around me. It was true when I had late nights struggling with math theorems in France, but also when I took an internship in consulting, when I sang in the musical of my school or when I taught physics to future Air Force Pilots. My next objectives include getting better at squash, watching classic old Japanese movies and reading more French literature.
Although I am extremely attached to the city I grew up, Paris; it is rare to hear me say that I am homesick! Besides many trips with family or friends all over the world, I already stayed two months in New Zealand, lived for three months in Tokyo, and I have now been in the US for a little more than a year. My next traveling destination? Hopefully South America! The next city I will work in? Who knows...
" The computer can't tell you the emotional story. It can give you the exact mathematical design, but what's missing is the eyebrows. "
" I can't understand why people are afraid of new ideas. I'm frightened of the old ones. "