I help architects, designers and collectors source jaw-dropping and rare textiles from undiscovered global artisans to help create experiences and settings that leave people in a state of awe.

Put another way…

I’m the Indiana Jones of Beautiful Things (with a French accent, oui?)

I am a French, New York-based fiber artist, agent and design consultant. After earning a master's degree from Ensci –design institute in Paris– I moved to New York where I had the wonderful opportunity to build my career at Lori Weitzner Design.

But, I noticed something was missing.

I’ve spent years traveling the planet, on a quest to find the hidden creators and artisans behind so many of the world’s most striking, yet undiscovered textiles. This exposed me to ancient cultures and traditions, the moving stories behind these soulful creators and also the impact of textile creation on both the global economy and the health of the planet.

At some point, I realized, these stunning works of art, and the people and stories behind them need to find a larger audience. This became the driving force in not just my career, but my life.

I’ve been blessed to now spend my time bringing these discoveries to many of the finest collections, interiors in hotels, restaurants, stores and homes. To bring to light the work and stories with the people who have the ability to create astonishing experiences and share them with the world. And, as a weaver and creator myself, I am also grateful to have been able to collaborate on a number of wonderful projects, create my own textiles and even teach what I’ve learned.

I have also been featured in Build A NestSeymour Magazine, A Cup of Jo, Interior Design Magazine, New York Magazine and Elle Decoration South Africa.

If you are a designer, architect or collector, I would love to be your connection to a level of artistry that will leave you and your visitors breathless, and yearning for more.

If you’re interested in learning more or working together, kindly send me a note, we’ll jump on a quick call to see if it is a fit:

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