I am a historian of tourism and a travel writer, currently based at the University of St Andrews and living in Edinburgh.
I was born and raised in eastern France, a few miles from the Swiss border. I have an undergraduate degree from Sciences Po Lyon (France) and postgraduate from the University of St Andrews (UK) - I also spent some time at Penn (USA), UniBasel (Switzerland) and UniErfurt (Germany). I recently received my PhD on the history of travel in the Alps at the University of St Andrews, and since then I have been lecturing, tutoring, and doing research there.
My main interest in life is travel, transport, and tourism. Since my childhood I have had a keen passion for trains, railways, and transport in general. I am now putting these interests and passions at the centre of my daily projects: as an academic, as a writer, as a freelance worker. You can find out more on this website or read some of my articles on Newly Swissed.
Don't hesitate to get in touch if you wish to find out more or to work together.