Born in Luxembourg, I got in touch with many different cultures and languages at an early age. This developed into a growing interest in film at the age of 17. After a bachelor in Film Studies & English Literature at the University of Sussex, I discovered my passion for making films during a summer course at the University of Southern California (2012), where I had my first real attempt at a short film, Strange Coincidence.
Following on from that, I have been involved on set of several adverts, music videos, short films and a Luxembourgish feature film. I have also been fortunate enough to work for the British carmaker Aston Martin and produce/direct a range of promotional videos. My latest video for the brand, the unveiling of their Flagship car, made it into the top-5 of the most watched Aston Martin videos on Youtube. I studied at the Metropolitan Film School in London where I graduated in October 2013 after completing my short film Bounty Hunters. I then moved on to freelancing, working on projects for the renowned Staud Studios in Germany as well as on another short film entitled Crane (2014). This all led to Roxy (2015), my biggest project to date. A short film that I shot in Luxembourg and that was successfully shown at several festivals around the world and earned itself a nomination by the Academy in Luxembourg for the 'Best Narrative Short' in 2016. I currently live in Los Angeles where I finished my MFA in Film Directing at the prestigious Art Center College of Design in 2016. I'm now developing a series of narrative projects in Luxembourg as well as Los Angeles, and producing a number of music videos and commercials.