On 1981 Julie integrates the Fine Arts School in Nancy, interior design section metal specialisation. During those 3 years, Julie feels much more friendship with the Art sections then she develops in the Fine Art School her affinities with the theater. Her Interior Design diploma obtained, Julie enters a second cycle of environment scenography section at the School of the Decorative Arts in Nice.
In 1986, provided with one Upper National diploma of Expression Blows up Specialization Scenography
As she meets and live with those theatrical world’s inhabitants, new characters and new stories appear. She soon creates and draws her own universes. Her first exhibition takes place in the Palais Royal Gardens, in the Christian Siret Gallery in June 2002. Many exhibitions will follow, slightly changing; without giving up soft pastels and graphite, wooden support then grows bigger and graphism becomes more and more similar to the painting one.Year 2008 ends with an exhibition in the Sorbonne University, located in the Quartier Latin in Paris this place encloses the huge and beautiful Soufflot Gallery where the visitors can discover Julie's most recent paintings and older works.
On 2012, Julie finds the house Van Cleef and arpels and works on various events, in June the Gallery YO in Nancy(France) welcomes Julie in a magnificent internal and outside space.This year Julie particpated in several exhibitions:In May, Big Contemporary Art Market Place BastilleIn July an August, 56° European exhibition with Abbey of PrümIn November, the Historic and Artistic Museum of Toul, just a step from Nancy, offers to Julie a space where she can expose her works during four months.
On 2015 In March Julie is invited by the Bank Credit Mutuel to expose, then in September she participates in the first edition of the festival "the Art of nothing … each her talent" to Vitry in changing rooms a few steps away from Orléans.
2016 Following the exhibition in the center of Art d' Aulnay, the picture"Tattoos" was chosen and will be displayed in China all year round on 2016 in Museums and Centers of Art