" 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. "
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 studied for two months in New Zealand, lived for three months in Tokyo, and I have now been in the US for about two years. My next travelling destination? Hopefully South America! The next city I will work in? Who knows...
I always want to explore and learn more about people, places, or things around me. It was true when I had late nights fighting 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.
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 many ways one can express themselves through code. Since then, I keep learning new software, languages, and algorithms! I now try hard to apply User-Centered Design to create experiences involving computers, AR/VR devices, Arduinos, and other tools. I still have a lot to make, and a lot to learn!
" 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. "