Clara is a director and actress. She studied theater at the theater conservatory in Toulouse, her hometown. From the age of 10, she practiced different styles of kung fu, which today influences her artistic work. In June 2017, she completed her professional training at the Jacques Lecoq International Theater School.
With a few actors from her class, she founded First Round ICP, an association that supports the realization, support and production of emerging creations. That same year, she worked with the company Zuni Icosahedron in Hong-Kong for a workshop on "The search for lost time" by Marcel Proust. At the Avignon Festival 2018 and at the Bibliothèque Idéale Festival in Strasbourg in 2019, she played Camille Claudel in the creation "Claudelkahlowoolf" by the company Horizontal-Vertical. In January 2020 she direct the show "Emeute - Sorry for the inconvenience" produced by First Round ICP. Most recently, she co-wrote a short film, currently in production by Triad Film.
2015-2017 International school of theater Jacques Lecoq - Paris
2011-2013 1st and 2nd cycle of theater at the Conservatoire of Toulouse
Artistic work experience
2020 Director of the performance "EMEUTE - Sorry for the inconvenience produced by First Round ICP - Paris
2018-2019 Actress for the performance “Claudelkahlowoolf” produced by the Cie Horizontal-Vertical - Festival d’Avignon / Strasbourg
2017 Workshop with the Cie Zuni Icosahedron - Hong-Kong
2012-2013 Actress for the performances “Roméo et Juliette Bis repetita placent”, “Dizzydizzydusk Salomé” by the Cie Kaïros-Mênis - Toulouse
2019 Model for the brand Roberts Wood - Showroom fashion week - Paris
2019 - 2018 Technic assistant for installation and manipulation of art pieces-
Faustin-Girault for Louis Vuitton - Paris / The Gallery of Everything - London
2015 communication manager (CDD 1an) - Association ABCD Art Brut - Montreuil (93)
Kung-Fu for 15years - Association Long Tao - The London wing-Chun Academy, académie de Wing-Chun Traditionnel Didier Beddar Paris
Softball for 3years - Club BAT PARIS