I did most of my schooling in France and graduated with a baccalaureate (from the Cour secondaire d'Orsay) in French literature as well as Visual arts and Art history.
I received a perfect score in visual arts and 70 % score in Art history.
The Art history program in France explores both social and religious influences on art moving away from simply crafts work to becoming its own genre.
Then it retraces the different artistic movements: expressionism, fauvism, impressionism, futurism, Dadaism (…) and how each of these artistic movements flourished from a very specific social and political climate.
I’ve written essays that explore the different life philosophies that various artistic movements attempt breathe life into.
I am at present a recent graduate of the American academy of dramatic arts where part of my training as been to explore Performance art and the use of actual actors as moving elements in an art installation. I also studied theater history while in school and got a further perspective on how artistic trends through history carried over to theater and even cinematography.
I feel more then capable to teach art history and offer additional insight and examples to color my teaching, in order to help the students understanding of this complex yet fascinating subject.
I have a Baccalaureate in French Lit, which Includes a Focus on European History.
I did 6 years of theater training with Celine Leroux in Villebon-sur-yvette, France, followed closely by an internship at the national conservatory of dramatic arts in Paris.
Then I went on to work for Robert Fox Limited in London where I helped prepare for the Musical “the harder they come” preformed in the old Vic Theater in London.
I am at present a recent graduate of the American academy of dramatic art in New York, I graduated from the two year program which includes classes in voice and speech, movement, theater history, acting, dance, singing, Shakespeare and camera technique.