I am a woman whose career has many facets. Artist, businesswoman and professional working in the field of health, I favor above all sincere human values, total customer satisfaction and surpassing oneself.

From my first youth jobs, I fell in love with plants and flowers. Over the years, I have traveled all over Europe which has allowed me to stay at the forefront of floral design trends. Chaining prestigious corporate events, I decided to found my company in 2007, Amaranthe, floral design. Then, I obtained the stimulating contract of floral designer for the site and the VIP lounges of the Rogers Cup (now the National Bank Open), a contract that I have renewed every year since then.

Wishing to always go further, I followed many training courses to perfect not only the art of floral design but also to extend my skills in the creation of pottery and cabinetmaking. Thus was born the concept of pieces mounted on wood amalgamating pottery as a receptacle for magnificent rare and unusual plants. The search for beauty in nature's materials inspires me more than anything and I want to buy local. It is my contribution to the environment and one of my commitments to the community.

In 2021, in the middle of the pandemic, I choose to establish my business and gallery-boutique in the heart of the magnificent village of Sutton where a canvas of varied and talented artists gathers. It's a long-time dream that takes a year to materialize. I have officially exhibited there since April 2022 the works that I shape with passion in the workshop at the back of the shop. The synergy between the shop and the workshop has favored the establishment of a cozy and warm ceramic café, conducive to creation. Thus takes shape the service offer of different types of workshop, either free or directed. I teach all age groups to make pottery and guide them through the entire process of making it. What is most important to me is that everyone leaves with their successful work and a sense of pride.

For the future, my ambition is to conquer the international market. I have made a name for myself in the floral design industry which I intend to develop to its full potential. Of course, I have to balance the current strong growth by combining it with the hiring of talented employees and facing the omnipresent challenge of the labor shortage. I am a positive and persevering woman so I remain very optimistic for the future.