Born in Brussels and initially a journalist, I started my filmmaking career in London in 2011. My graduation film, Interference, won 6 awards out of 15 official selections in international film festivals around the world. Additionally, my work has been screened at the BFI, on national Belgian television and in the Short Film Corner in Cannes.

After a couple of years as Post Production Coordinator at the London Film Academy, I had the chance to gain experience, challenge myself and grow creatively as a director. At present, My work extends to films and TV sets with credits on primetime TV shows in Belgium such as The Voice season 5 and 6. My latest short film Repossessed is coming out in 2017 and started its festival run.

With many projects in mind, I am now moving towards feature film production. Currently, I am developing two feature-length projects to bring on the big screen two books from Belgium’s finest writers: Henry Bauchau’s Le Boulevard Périphérique and Bernard Tirtiaux’s Le Passeur de Lumière.