Below are a few examples of how I explore visual creativity, including doodles and drawing from my sketchbooks, line drawing, collage, abstract painting and Instagram photography. Some of these explorations become bigger projects, some not. It is all a process I much enjoy doing and sharing.
I have presented works created in the frame of my ongoing City in Translation exploration, as part of the TransArtation! exhibition at The Byre Theatre in St Andrews, and at The Shoe Factory Social Club in Norwich in Spring 2017. The exhibition is now visible online - you can also see more about the making of process here.
My process includes both working on screen and paper. I edit a lot of material online: video, podcast, websites... and I edit texts - translations, prose, poetry, essays...
The pages below are part of the editing process of a book I am working on (in French), which is a reflexion on my work as a literary translator: "why i translate".
I love collecting things, flyers, magazines, brochures and all sorts of paper. I also recently started exploring painting, especially Acrylic.
The sketchbook below is a KunstenFestivaldesArts catalogue that I used to tell the story of a chair, and to play with collage and colours.