An estate agent by training, I have worked in the sector for 10 years. Together with the director of the agency, I have played a significant role in the development of Call Home Immobilier. I moved to Morzine in 2000 as I am a lover of the great outdoors and all the sports and activities that this area offers. I’m now living in the lovely village of Le Biot and divide my time between Morzine with its ski slopes and the lakeside of Thonon les Bains which is fantastic in the summer months.
I came to Morzine 10 years ago to do a ski season and couldn’t keep away and was back a year later. I live in a pretty hamlet of St Jean d’Aulps with my menagerie of animals. My husband and I have been renovating an old farmhouse for quite some time, so I’m aware of the problems that may arise! Although Morzine and the area is more famed for its winter months my favourite period is summer with the vibrant green mountains and meadows. I like nothing more than walking through the hills with my border collie and enjoying a beer at Lac Montriond as the sun goes down. A swim down at Lac Leman in Thonon is also wonderful from July when it’s a bit warmer.
After twelve years as a marketing manager in an international company, it is with great enthusiasm that I joined Jean-Guillaume in 2011. With my strong experience in industry, particularly focused in the military and aerospace sectors, I now support my husband and contribute to the development his different companies. Born in this area, I love the mountains, the life in the ski resorts, and above all the winter when everything is white and the snow is falling.
A graduate of the Grenoble business school, married and proud father of two lovely children, I am the founder and manager of several companies. These reflect my passion for real estate, building and renovation. Call Home real estate agency and the team are at the heart of this great adventure. Entrepreneurship and challenges are my watchwords. Passionate about languages, I speak English, German, Hungarian and I learn Russian. My motto: To survive, one must adapt!