I grew up in a family where dining was an art. Friends, big meals, vacations made the kitchen the heart of the house.
Dining to share good times, but also eating to balance one’s body and health.
Dining to teach children about the seasons and the magic of nature.
Dining with all one’s conscience to realize the immense source of pleasure that cooking offers us.
I make plates to participate in this joy.
I am part of the table. I invite you to think about the general harmony, to compose your table like a painting.
To enjoy playing with the mix of colors, materials, to reason with the flavors. It is a playground and expression that we address to those who sit at our table.