Today my design practice is anchored in a desire to combine my competence, my curiosity related to materials, my thinking about everyday uses and the stories they tell about users. I create objects that are part of the desire to perpetuate and re-examine the know-how that I have been given. I also design objects that enhance the everyday life of the user by inviting him to rethink his way of interacting with them. From these two approaches results a hybrid self-production practice that characterizes my identity as a designer.