Born a Franco-English binational, I grew up in London and studied in Toulouse. Always keen on history, geography, sociology and politics, I studied at Sciences Po and also spent an Erasmus year in Germany.
After five years in a EU public affairs consultancy where I worked for clients from very diverse sectors and learned a lot about European policy making, I gladly joined the EBU Brussels office to deal more specifically with EU policies which touch upon the broadcasting sector. I have been following copyright and "digital agenda" policies for several years now and hope I can help make the public service media a major part of the solutions envisaged by the EU!
In my spare time, I enjoy football, rugby and cycling, as well as acting, playing music and watching TV.