I see this - being both an (eternal) tourist and an experienced local - as a particular advantage. When one is born in a city, no matter how unique or beautiful, one tends to take it for granted. When you move to a place, you are ever so restless and curious - you never tire of exploring, peeling off layers and layers of its history, architecture, and so much more. I still discover this city and I never intend to stop doing so.
Studies and research being another important aspect of my life, I blend those qualities together with my activity as a guide. Having a M2 and a PhD in comparative literature, having published more than a dozen of articles on the subject of ideology in arts (some of them on architecture and urban planning), having partook in more more than a dozen of conferences ; I tend to synthesize this knowledge, acquired and perfected over more than 12 years of studies, and draw from it to give you the best quality guided visit out there. However, my goal and challenge is to make these visits approachable and friendly - to give a visit that is the academic quality of a university lecture but that is as approachable and fun as a visit can be.
A licenced guide - licence issued by the French Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of culture.
M2 from Paris Sorbonne University
PhD from Paris Sorbonne University