While in Scotland I studied English Literature and Film Studies which led to the decision to pursue a career in filmmaking. In my final year, I was awarded the Guy Hamilton Prize for my dissertation ‘Don’t worry it’s not a threat to you’ and its accompanying video essay ‘Showtime’. Upon my return to Luxembourg, I started work in the local film industry.
I've worked my way up from trainee assistant director to freelance director and editor in live production and animation.
My first short film 'Morgue' was screened at festivals like Luxembourg Film Festival, San Antonio Film Festival and A Long Week of Short Films Festival Shanghai. I was awarded 'Best Director' for Morgue at the San Antonio Film Festival and was nominated at the Luxembourg Film Awards in the category 'Best Fictional Short Film'.
My work often leans towards a darker aesthetic and I often aim to combine the horrible with the beautiful.