Hi, I’m Véronique. I draw, take pictures and design stuff.


I’ve always wanted to draw better and, one day, I finally decided to do something about it. My approach: creating as much work as possible and sharing it online, even when it’s embarrassing.


In 2014, I completed a 365 Drawing Experiment, following a few basic rules: posting one new image every single day of the year, on a plain index card, using only traditional tools and techniques. Take that, perfectionism and procrastination! The 365 images are all visible here. You can also browse the archive page for a quicker overview, or read about my intentions when I began the project.





In 2015, I’m posting a new image every week on my blog, and I’m back to working back and forth between Photoshop and paper (as frustrating as Photoshop can be, I really missed it last year). It’s always been my favorite way to work, as can be seen in my 10 years of blog archives (speaking of embarrassing… all my early attempts at using Photoshop since 2005 are still there, I haven’t erased anything. Yet.) I post both illustrations and repeat patterns.






Another favorite way of creating images: taking pictures and sharing them on Instagram (duh). As corny and trite as it sounds, this is the most literal way I found to share how I see the world, i.e. like a place where beauty can be found everywhere, and especially in the most mundane things. My Instagram account is just me pointing my finger at something (which I don’t do in real life because it’s not polite) and excitedly saying “oooh, look!” No selfie or food picture. And only very occasionally my cat.





I’m French, living in San Francisco since 2011. I love it here! I miss good bread and the metric system, but you can’t have everything, right?

I have a geeky obsession for details, method, and organization. I love creating order out of chaos. Did I mention I spent 10 years of my life working as an archivist/records manager?

I’m always curious about how things are made, so I make a point of sharing my process as often as possible. I’d like to be a fly on the wall in the studio of my favorite illustrators.

Always ready to discuss the relative merits of different adaptations of Pride and Prejudice and Jane Eyre.