I am Clemmo, a creative traveler. I spent my life living on different continents, and now my life is split between France and the US. I created this blog to share my passions for cooking, DIY, graphic design and fashion.
I am Clemmo, a creative traveler. I spent my life living on different continents, and now I am settled in New York. I created this blog to share my passions for cooking, DIY, graphic design and fashion.
Since my early age I am making crafts, and I discovered fashion and cooking when I lived in Paris for a few years. I learned to see the city with a tourist eye while I was immersed in an international group of friends, and it helped me appreciate the beauty of it.
In Paris I graduated with a Master’s degree at Sciences Po. I studied communications with a focus on cultural management. I am particularly interested in the new forms of online socializations, digital stakes, and video games. Since then, I worked for creative leaders in the tech world, including Ubisoft and Microsoft. I use this blog as an experimental laboratory to learn about web design, marketing and content publishing. More than anything else, it is boosting my creativity to make things that will inspire other craft lovers!
Originally, my family is from Lyon, (the capital of gastronomy!), but I also lived in French Guyana, in Cambodia, in New-Caledonia, in Spain and in the US. I was lucky to live in all these places, I know it opened my mind to new cultures and helped me master different languages. I am always looking for new exciting international opportunities.
I also have an Instagram-photogenic globe-trotter cat, an american husband who is gonna become a Hollywood star (or an exuberant lawyer, maybe!), and a ton of devoted friends, blond & crazy as I love them who help me realize the creative DIY and recipe projects you can find on this website.
Welcome on my blog!
PS: pictures, illustrations and videos on this blog are not free to use. They are the result of hours of hard but pleasant work, please contact me first if you wish to use them :)