It is a tremendous honour to have my article "Hiking the John Muir Trail: The Range of Light" published on She Went Wild.
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Launched in the UK in 2016, and now as well present in Australia, their active community help women build up the confidence they need to start their own adventures and showcase those in the world who already do so, by sharing practical information and inspirational content, as well as events and workshops.
I am absolutely delighted to be part of this beautiful and enlightening community.
May – June 2010
at Bar Le Grattoir
in Gérardmer (France)
My exhibition “Travel in the Land of the Long White Cloud” was once more put up, this time in my favourite bar in my hometown, “Le Grattoir”, an amazing little place where live music happens every week-end.
The owners Joe and Pascal generously offered to put up my pictures on the walls of their place. For the occasion (and for the sake of economy), I had built myself all the frames necessary out of cardboard, and painted them. I was delighted to see a few bands from NZ playing in the bar, with my pictures around them.
at Maison de la Culture et des Loisirs
This exhibition took place in the “MCL” (House of Culture and Leisure) which, working with the town of Gérardmer, initiates and develops educational, cultural and socio-cultural activities. They generously provided the space to display my pictures and offered frames. I travelled in California for two months in October and November 2009, and this exhibition showed the pictures I took during this trip. It was a great privilege and a wonderful feeling to be able to present my work in my hometown.
26-27-28 of April 2010
at Pôle Lorrain Management
in Nancy (France)
A part of my exhibition “Travel the land of the long white cloud” with photos of my trip to New Zealand was back in action in April 2010! It was up during the “3 Green Days”, event organised by the association Green’Touch.
Green’Touch is an association that promotes sustainable development, it was created in 2008 within the Business School of Nancy.
During the “3 Green Days”, organic and fair trade products were available at many different stalls, conferences, professional interventions and workshops were presented.
My pictures were displayed alongside these sustainable development organisations: Altermundi, Artisans du Monde, Bio’coop, Croc’Us… It was a real honor to be part of such an event!
4th – 20th of September 2009
at Belfort In formation Jeunesse
This exhibition followed my first trip to New-Zealand, from September 2008 to March 2009.
It took place in Belfort at the “Belfort Information Jeunesse”, a place of information and services for young people. A financial help was provided by the General Council via the device “CAP Youth” which aims to encourage youth initiatives by providing technical and financial assistance in setting up the project.