After this injury my sporting career was finished, but I discovered the theatre.
I moved to Paris, and started working as an actress on commercials, TV series and movies. I worked in the industry for 7 years. Between contracts, I enjoyed travelling, discovering new horizons and cultures.
I also started to take an interest in personal development, and the voiceover worldI read poetry and books segments for ‘La Maison de la Radio’, one of France’s largest production companies.
I worked on a number of French TV programmes such as: “ Le Salon Littéraire, Le Temps des Sciences, Le Bon Plaisir, and A Tout Proche Luc Lang.
I wrote a collection of poetry to accompany this event. Top designers and many up-and-coming talents from the fashion world participated in this event, customising old clothes for ‘Les Petits Riens’, which were auctioned at Sotheby’s.Les petits riens is a charity fighting social exclusion and promoting integration.The goal was to raise money to help underprivileged members of society, providing them with food, shelter and help in starting a new life
After some success in Paris, I moved to New York for a year. Then decided to live in the UK and lived in London for 11 years.
I worked in this beautiful capital where the Anglo-Saxon philosophy and mindset meant that I was able to collaborate with the biggest London agencies and had the chance to work in the most beautiful London studios.
My work as a voice over artist was very diverse during these years: from commercials to documentaries, film dubbing, corporate… etc..
I was very fortunate to be selected and chosen to be a herald at the London 2012 Olympic Games for the judo competition alongside two presenters and former world champions.
I also developed a business of strategy and personal development, and obtained a diploma in Ayurvedic massage (Ayurvedic London Clinic) out of passion for new and rewarding things.