Marie has always sung, and drawn and written and acted.

She was part of the children choir of the Orchestre du Capitole, in Toulouse, her hometown.

She admired Michel Plasson, the conductor of this orchestra, when she was a little girl.

She has been acting, in class and on stage, a lot.

She has been writting in her diary since she was seven.

She became an English teacher.

She enjoyed this career very very much.

She had a heart disease, so she took a little break.

She traveled the world.

She sang Jazz in New York City, Paris, Montreal and Washington D.C.

She played in short movies in Paris and NYC.

She sang children songs in French, on a record, in Washington D.C.

She came back to Paris.

She wrote a beautiful album with her band Driving La Nuit.

She was acting at the same time.

She was drawing at the same time.

She decided to leave Paris and live away from big cities. To watch seasons go by.

She is back to teaching now.

She is still curious, she travels, she still has a lot of projects.

Still.