I was born in France in 1986.
Both a musician and from a family of wood workers, I was drawn to violin making from an early age. On deciding to become a violin maker, I left France and came to England to study at the renowned Newark School of Violin Making in 2006.
I fell in love with the restoration of old instruments very quickly and directed my studies accordingly, specializing in restoration during my last 2 years at college.
I graduated in 2010 and since then I have worked for major restoration workshops in London and elsewhere in the UK where I have been able to perfect my skills and knowledge of violins, violas and cellos.
I have had the chance to work on wonderful instruments by the greatest makers. From B. Norman , J.B. Vuillaume, to N. Amati…
Although I specialise in large scale restoration, I also undertake smaller repairs, mantenance work and tonal adjustment.
All work is carried out to the highest standard.
I continue making alongside restoration, and always have a project on the go.
Over the years, I have been specialising in cellos, intrument that I always loved.
My output is small but do not hesitate to contact me if you would like to know when my next cello is going to be available.
Cellist & Teacher
The Workshop is open by appointement only, drop us a message, a text or simply phone.
Address : 1A East Churchfield road, London, W3 7LL, UK
Phone : 07 449 812 166
My premises are very accessible, just next to Acton Central station (overground).
It can also be reached from the tube station in Acton Town (Piccadilly line) followed by a 5 minutes ride in the E3/70 Bus,
or from East Acton station (Central line) followed by 5minutes in the 70 Bus.